Five people have been injured and museum damaged in a Russian drone and missile attack on the Ukrainian city of Odesa overnight.
“On November 6, the Odesa National Art Museum turns 124 years old," Oleh Kiper, governor of the Odesa region said in a post on social media.
“On the eve of November 6, the Russians 'congratulated' our architectural monument with a missile that hit nearby.”
According to the Ukrainian military, Russian forces used Onyx and Iskander-M missiles in the attack with blast waves damaging the museum and several high-rise residential buildings nearby.
Kamikaze drones also attacked the city’s port infrastructure, 15 of which were shot down by air defenses but a warehouse and train cars loaded with grain were damaged.
Five people were injured in the attack.
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