The Patriarchal Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church was damaged during a massive raid by Russian suicide bombers on November 25. About it reported official website of the UGCC.
One of the “martyrs” was shot down near the Patriarchal Cathedral and the residence of the head of the UGCC. The shock wave damaged the doors and broke glass. A multi-storey residential building near the cathedral was damaged more severely.
According to the UGCC, six windows in the basement of the cathedral were damaged, and the double-glazed windows were broken by the blast wave. The fittings and door locks on four doors of the temple were damaged.
In the residence of the head of the UGCC, the fittings of three doors were also damaged.
There is also minor damage on the facade of the Patriarchal Cathedral; debris from a drone was collected on its territory, about which the head of the UGCC Svyatoslav (Shevchuk) joked that the church would have “original souvenirs” in exchange for gifts from St. Nicholas.
On the night of November 25, Russian invaders attacked Ukraine with a record number of Shahed kamikaze drones. The defense forces destroyed 74 of 75 drones and one X-59 guided missile.
- On the night of November 25, the terrorist country Russia attacked Ukraine with kamikaze drones of the Shahed-131/136 type. In Kyiv, drones were shot down, air defense was working.
- There were two casualties from the falling debris – both had an acute stress reaction.
- The Ministry of Energy reported that a total of 77 residential buildings and 120 institutions in the central part of the capital were left without electricity due to the attack.
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