On the morning of 11 August, Russia attacked Ukraine with four Kh-47 Kinzhal missiles, one of which was shot down.
Source: Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Telegram
Quote: "Around 10:00, the enemy launched four Kh-47 Kinzhal aeroballistic missiles from four MiG-31K aircraft. Launches were carried out from the airspace of Tula and Lipetsk oblasts of the Russian Federation.
The missiles entered Ukraine’s airspace from the north, heading south-west to the area of the Kolomyia airfield in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast.
One Kh-47 missile was shot down in Kyiv Oblast. The rest hit near the airfield. Civilian infrastructure has been hit; one of the missiles struck the residential area."
Details: According to the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast Military Administration, a child had been killed as a result of a missile strike by Russian terrorists; there are injuries among the civilian population.
- On the morning of 11 August, the Ukrainian authorities announced an air-raid warning across the country due to the risk of missile attacks.
- Air defences were responding in Kyiv Oblast and several other regions.
- The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine clarified that at around 10:00, Russian occupiers fired aerial ballistic missiles at a residential building in the Kolomyia district. The missile hit the territory of a private house where a family with three children lived. An 8-year-old boy was killed as a result of the attack.