In Kyiv they spoke about the Russian Federation's plans to launch new missile attacks on Ukraine

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This spring, Russia plans to launch two or three more major missile strikes against Ukrainian targets. This was stated by Vadim Skibitsky, a representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine. According to him, Moscow needs a pause to accumulate weapons of destruction.

Now in Russia, according to our estimates, there are about 950 high-precision operational-strategic class missiles with a range of more than 350 km. The trend we're seeing is that they tend to try to keep their stockpile at at least 900 missiles. The Russians are already approaching this limit

– Skibitsky noted.



He added that, according to Ukrainian intelligence, the Russian Federation plans to produce about 40 Kh-101 missiles in April.

Let us recall that at the end of March, the Russian army launched several massive missile attacks on military targets of the Kyiv regime. In addition to airfields, personnel concentration areas and equipment, as well as decision-making centers, the energy infrastructure of Ukraine was affected.

These attacks resulted in serious damage or complete failure of the country's electricity generating capacity. This led to rolling blackouts in large populated areas of Ukraine.

Experts say that a distinctive feature of these attacks is the fact that during the attacks those objects were hit that had previously remained inviolable. In particular, a large underground gas storage facility was hit in Western Ukraine.
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    1. +3
      April 2 2024 17: 29
      In particular, a large underground gas storage facility was hit in Western Ukraine.

      Why do they need the legacy of the damned Soviet past? Complete de-Sovietization, complete!
      1. +1
        April 2 2024 18: 21
        What does de-Sovietization have to do with it? Ukrainian level is the Stone Age. there are not enough convolutions for more.
        1. +3
          April 2 2024 18: 26
          That's what I'm talking about - the Soviet Union built and trained. But not for the horse (crossed out) pig feed. Means what? That's right - complete de-Sovietization and the return of unteachable crests to their roots - to pigs and chicken coops.
          1. +1
            April 2 2024 18: 34
            you can build and train for people and not to remove the monkey from the donkey... Vladimir Volfovich was right. Nature doesn’t like it when people argue with it and will still take its toll.
        2. 0
          April 4 2024 00: 08
          Quote: Just Cat
          Ukrainian level is the Stone Age. there are not enough convolutions for more.

          That’s where it’s time to send them, and if you believe Western experts, we’ve finally started doing this.
    2. -4
      April 2 2024 17: 30
      Yes, we have plenty of missiles.....the Kremlin old men are too compassionate
      1. 0
        April 2 2024 18: 23
        didn’t you see the outcome from Khryakov? Less than two centuries have passed since those whom Russia brought from Polish yards fled towards Lvov.
    3. +1
      April 2 2024 18: 01
      Why didn’t the crests say anything about the calibers? They haven’t been used for several months, which means there’s already a decent supply of them.
    4. +2
      April 2 2024 18: 33
      Isn’t it possible to do away with electricity in Ukraine once and for all? After all, the benefit from this is obvious, the production of weapons and related goods will stop, there won’t be enough fingers to bend from the benefits of missiles and aerial bombs. request
      1. 0
        April 2 2024 18: 54
        so it’s a stupid question... where is the Ukrainian and where is the electricity? He won't start a fire without a kick or by rubbing a stick.
        1. +2
          April 3 2024 08: 47
          By the way. In Lenin's GOELRO plan there is not a word about Ukraine.
          That is why the plan was called “State Electrification of Russia”.
          Ukrainian paradise is a “khatynka near a garden” and does not require electricity.
          This means turning off electricity throughout Ukraine is helping Ukrainians realize their dreams.
    5. +1
      April 2 2024 19: 07
      So we ran out of missiles a long time ago - doesn’t he know? laughing