The launch site of the Shahed UAVs on the map. Source: Google maps
Russian forces based in occupied Crimea have launched Shahed attack drones in the direction of mainland Ukraine.
Source: Ukraine’s Air Force on Telegram
Quote: "A launch of Shahed attack drones from Chauda (Crimea) has been recorded."
Details: Ukraine’s Air Force has advised people to follow its reports and not to ignore the air-raid warning.
Update: At 21:04, the Air Force reported that there was a threat of Russian forces attacking Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with attack UAVs, and added that the drones were moving from the south towards Kryvyi Rih.
An air-raid warning was issued in the region.
Shortly afterwards, the Air Force also reported that a threat of attack drones had also emerged in Kirovohrad Oblast.
As of 22:35, an air-raid warning had been issued in Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kirovohrad, Mykolaiv and Kherson oblasts. The Air Force reported that Shahed UAVs were heading towards Mykolaiv from the north.
As of 00:00, the air-raid warning remains in place in Mykolaiv and Kherson oblasts.
Quote from the Air Force at 00:53: "Next group of Shaheds heading for Dnipropetrovsk Oblast from the south! The drone attack on the south of Mykolaiv and Kherson oblasts continues."
Update 1:23: "Shahed UAVs are approaching Zaporizhzhia from the west!"
Update 1:44: "All-clear on the threat of the use of assault UAVs throughout Ukraine."
- On 29 November, a Shahed-131/136 attack drone launched by the Russian invaders towards the south of Ukraine crashed in occupied Crimea as a result of extreme weather on the sea coast.