War in Ukraine. Russia needs a week to prepare a missile attack


“They try to break us, submerge us in the dark and cold of war and force them to negotiate on the terms of the aggressor. It won’t work for them, we are aware of the cyclicality of massive rocket attacks that occur more or less every week. This is the period that is needed to prepare for the next massive missile attack” – stressed Yusov, quoted on Thursday by the RBK-Ukraina portal.

In his opinion, the Russian military will “undoubtedly” continue such attacks.

Yusov noted that Russian stockpiles of precision weapons are “largely exhausted” but Moscow has many other missiles. The rest of the stock consists largely of missiles for the system S-300. “That means in the first place frontline cities are at risk: Zaporozhye, Kharkiv, Mykolaiv, Kherson. Unfortunately. These are the ones cities to which the S-300 can reach” he continued.

“Ukraine is working to defend civilian infrastructure and civilians, but we are aware that the enemy, despite his ineptitude, is serious, armed, massive. So, unfortunately, the missile terror may still continue.”

As the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported in the morning, during Wednesday’s massive attack on residential buildings and energy infrastructure in Kiev, Kiev, Vinnytsia, Lviv, Kirovohrad, Zaporizhia, Kharkiv and Donetsk regions the Russian army fired 67 cruise missiles and about 10 combat drones. Ukrainian defense downed 51 rockets and five drones.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine announced on Wednesday evening that the attack 10 people were killed and about 50 were injured. As a result of Wednesday’s shelling, most of the country’s inhabitants stayed without electricity supply Ukraine’s energy ministry said on Wednesday.


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