AFU reveals what could be the targets of Russia's next missile attack
Government buildings and infrastructure are likely to be the first targets of occupiers.
The air force spokesman for the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Yuriy Ihnat, said this in an interview with Channel 24.
Ignat notes that Russia will continue shelling Ukraine, bringing destruction. According to him, the enemy's targets may be government buildings and infrastructure facilities.
The Russians will continue trying to hit the so-called "decision-making centres". That is, government buildings, buildings of the Armed Forces and the Defence Ministry.
Government buildings are not only the capital; after all, we remember the Kharkiv and Mykolaiv regional state administrations. So you can expect anything from them. We just need to be prepared and destroy anything that flies at us. And people should stick to safety recommendations.
Despite the fact that winter is over, the enemy will also try to damage our infrastructure. Priority targets include transport infrastructure, waterworks, sewage treatment plants.
Anything that can bring grief to people and environmental disaster. And as we can see from the March 9 results, the enemy is not abandoning its attempts to attack our energy sector.
It is worth recalling that since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the occupiers have carried out five thousand missile strikes against our country.