Four Russian missiles hit the Darnytskyi Railway Car Repair Plant in Kyiv, but no tanks are found there

Valentyna Romanenko – Sunday, 5 June 2022, 14:49 

Ukrainian Railways (Ukrzaliznytsia) has confirmed that Russian missiles hit the Darnytskyi Car Repair Plant (DVRZ), but none of the tanks talked about by Russian propaganda are there.

Resource: Oleksandr Kamyshin, CEO of Ukrzaliznytsia, on Telegram.

Immediate quote: “This early morning the Russian forces attacked the railway infrastructure when once more. 4 missiles hit the Darnytskyi Car or truck Repair Plant positioned on the left financial institution of Kyiv.

In normal, this is a regular start to the day for us. They hit the railway composition every day, we instantly maintenance it and transfer on.

One injured man or woman is documented between the railway crew he has gained clinical care. We immediately bought on with dealing with the repercussions of the strike.”

Details: Kamyshin stated that Ukrainian Railways did not make any public statements about the assault, since in this situation no passenger trains ended up delayed.

It was the Russian Ministry of Defence that publicised this. They have lied again, declaring that the concentrate on was “T-72 tanks and other armoured autos supplied by Jap European partners that have been positioned in the premises of the auto maintenance plant”.

The CEO of Ukrainian Railways emphasised that this was complete nonsense and knowledgeable journalists that he is prepared to exhibit that no tanks are stored at the auto repair service plant.

Direct estimate: “I officially declare that there is no army devices in the premises of the DVRZ. This plant fixed open-top rated and grain wagons, which we use for transporting export products.

I formally invite all the journalists, both equally Ukrainian and worldwide, to stop by DVRZ now. We will verify that Russia has lied once more. And their genuine concentrate on is the Ukrainian overall economy and civilians. They want to take absent our prospect to export Ukrainian items to the West.

Media accreditation is necessary. Associates of media organisations accredited by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defence are granted entry.”

Far more data: Sergiy Bratchuk, spokesman for the Odesa Military services Administration, has denied one more piece of bogus information from the Russian Ministry of Defence about a Ukrainian airplane that was allegedly destroyed in the sky in excess of Odesa. “It’s not even amusing to comment,” he explained on Telegram.

History: At about 6 am on 5 June, five explosions were being listened to on the left bank of Kyiv, and Mayor Vitali Klitschko documented missile strikes on infrastructure in the Darnytskyi and Dniprovskyi districts of the city.

According to the preliminary info, Russian troops released the missiles from Tu-95 plane from the Caspian Sea. A single missile was destroyed.