SMM says when the next massive Russian strike on Ukraine is possible
The intervals between Russian missile strikes on Ukraine have increased.
Russia's next missile attack on Ukraine after the previous massive shelling may take place in three to four weeks. Andrey Yusov, a spokesman for the State Security Service of Ukraine, said this in a televised marathon.
He pointed out that the Russians had increased the interval between attacks and if previously they had shelled Ukraine every fortnight, now they did it less frequently.
At the same time, he stressed that Russia had not given up the idea of massive shelling of Ukrainian territory.
The occupiers have not given up the rocket terror, but we can see that this rocket blitzkrieg has failed since it started... But nevertheless this tool of intimidation is being used," Yusof said.
He also pointed out that the Russian Federation uses kamikaze drones in a different way now - there are fewer of them, they are launched less frequently.
Well, high-precision missile weaponry is really becoming scarce, if we are talking about Kalibrs, Iskanders, Kinshals - these are not weapons the enemy can afford to fill Ukraine with," Yusof said.
At the same time, he stressed that the Russians still have a lot of obsolete missile weapons, including the S-300 and massive attacks will happen.
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