War in Ukraine: Russian drones attack Odessa port

The strikes had done “damage”, lamented the local administration. Air defense forces have warned of the possibility of a second wave of attacks.

DRussian drones struck the Ukrainian port of Odessa on the Black Sea and caused “damage,” local authorities announced early Tuesday. “The enemy has attacked Odesa and the Odesa district with attacks by UAVs” (unmanned aerial vehicles), the local administration said in a statement posted on Facebook. “The damage is done,” he added, without elaborating.

Citing Yuri Krug, head of the Odessa District Military Administration, the report indicated Ukraine’s air defense forces were active and warned of the possibility of a second wave of attacks.

Odessa was a favorite holiday destination for many Ukrainians and Russians before the outbreak of the 2022 invasion of Ukraine. Since the conflict began, Odessa has been bombed by Russian forces several times.

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In January, UNESCO added Odessa’s historic center to the list of World Heritage in Danger.

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