Two Kh-59 missiles were intercepted over Odesa Oblast, he said.
Besides, about ten Su-35 fighter jets attacked Sumy Oblast with over ten guided aircraft bombs.
"It's a huge threat, as guided aircraft bombs, winged bombs, can fly for a long way, meanwhile the aircraft stay beyond the range of our air defenses," Ihnat said.
Russian troops also launched a Kh-31 anti-radar missile – a type of missile designed to home in on and destroy air defense systems.
In Kryvyy Rih in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast five Iranian-made Shahed drones hit "some facilities" overnight. One drone was intercepted.
No casualties from the attack were reported, regional governor Serhiy Lysak reported on Telegram.
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