Monastery Building Damaged in Odesa Strikes, Officials Say
At least four people were injured in a strike on a monastery building in the Ukrainian port city of Odesa on March 21, local officials said.
The Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said three Kh-59 guided air-to-surface missiles were launched from Russian Su-35 fighter jets over the Black Sea.
Serhiy Bratchuk, spokesperson for the Odesa region’s military administration, said two of the missiles were shot down by Ukrainian air defenses, but one rocket hit a monastery building in the city, injuring at least four people and damaging the building.
Footage shared by Bratchuk shows damage to the monastery building, he said. Credit: Serhiy Bratchuk via Storyful