It is likely that the Russian army has used an Iskander-K missile system to launch missiles on the city of Kropyvnytskyi, in Ukraine’s Kirovohrad Oblast, on 28 July.
Source: Yurii Ihnat, spokesman for the Air Force Command, in a comment to Ukrainska Pravda
Details: According to Ihnat, Russian occupying forces launched the two missiles that struck Kropyvnytskyi from [a missile system situated on] the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine.
The range of the Iskander-K missile system is up to 500 kilometres.
According to the local government, the number of casualties from the missile attack has risen to 26.
“One person is in a serious condition, one refused to be hospitalised,” Andii Raikovych, head of Kirovohrad Oblast Military Administration, added.
Source: Ukrainian pravda