Ukraine’s Dnipro Airport Got Destroyed By Russian Missiles

Dnipro Airport, Ukraine

Five rescue personnel were injured when Russian missiles struck Ukraine’s Dnipro airport. According to reports, the Russian strike entirely damaged the airport in the central Ukrainian city.

“There has been another attack on Dnipro airport.” On Sunday, Valentyn Reznichenko, governor of the central Dnipropetrovsk region, remarked, “There is nothing left of it.”

Reznichenko stated on Telegram, “The airport itself and the infrastructure around it has been destroyed. Rockets keep flying and flying.”


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Another missile also struck a building in the city’s Pavlohrad neighborhood, while emergency crews were sifting through an infrastructure site in the village of Zvonetsky that had been damaged.

Independently, Mykola Lukashuk, the leader of the Dnipro area council, claims that the strike on the airport injured five members of the state emergency service.

According to the Russian Defense Ministry, missiles launched overnight hit a Ukrainian military installation in Zvonetsky that had just “received reinforcements from foreign mercenaries.”

In a phone discussion with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Sunday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he discussed possible new sanctions on Russia.

Zelenskyy has asked for a ban on Russian gas and oil imports, but Germany has so far refused to enforce such a ban.

Germany may cease importing Russian oil this year, according to Scholz, but ceasing gas imports would be more difficult since the nation would need to create infrastructure to acquire gas from alternate sources.

German imports of Russian oil now amount for 25% of total imports, down from 35% prior to the invasion on February 24.

Moreover, Germany’s Russian gas imports have been reduced to 40% from 55%, while hard coal imports have been reduced to 25% from 50%.