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Threat of UAVs reported in Ukraine’s south, Odesa Oblast under attack

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Ukraine’s Air Force has warned of possible attacks in Ukraine’s south after the Russians launched attack UAVs on the evening of 9 February.

Source: Ukraine’s Air Force on Telegram; Suspilne

Quote: “UAVs coming from the south in Odesa Oblast, Biliaivka district, moving to Odesa from the west; UAVs from the Black Sea entering Mykolaiv Oblast flying north; UAVs in the Black Sea, heading north; UAVs from the Black Sea have entered the Bilhorod-Dnister region, heading north.”

Details: At 22:04, the Air Force urged residents of Odesa to seek shelter as UAVs flew from the north and west toward the city.

At 22:29, correspondents of Suspilne reported that there had been an explosion in Odesa.

00.10 The Air Force has updated the directions of the UAVs’ movement:

UAVs are entering from the Black Sea in the Kiliia district, Odesa Oblast, heading west, but this may change;

UAVs from the Black Sea in the Tatarbunary district, heading north-east along the coast towards Odesa;

Another group in the Black Sea is following the route of the first group.

At 00.17, it was reported that a new group of Russian attack UAVs was moving from the Black Sea on a westerly course towards the Tatarbunary district of Odesa Oblast.

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