Russia could start using missiles from its "intact stockpile" for attacks on Ukraine, said Yuriy Ignat, spokesman for the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
He said this on the air of the telethon.
Yes, Ignat answered the question of whether the Russian Federation could not keep 30% of its Kh-101 and Kh-555 missiles as "intact stock", instead using all of them.
"How did it turn out with the Iskanders - they reached 13% (missiles left in the Russian Federation - ed.). And the Iskanders are ballistic missiles. That is why they
(the Russians - ed.) went to Iran to ask for ballistics
," - noted the representative of the Air Force.
"Actually, this is a confirmation that
they can get into that stockpile of "NZ"
, as they say, and use more, and hope that they will achieve the terrorist goal they set for themselves," Ignat explained.
He also drew attention to the fact that Soviet missiles, unlike the Kh-101, Kalibr or Iskander missiles, are inaccurate and inferior in range to the three specified types.
We will remind, the day before, the head of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Oleksiy Reznikov, announced that Russia has already used 87% of its high-precision Iskander missiles.
However, the Russian Federation still has many S-300, Kinzhal and Onyx missiles.
As of November 22, the Secretary of the NSDC, Oleksiy Danilov, estimated that Russia could carry out several more such massive missile attacks on Ukraine, which took place on November 15.
Yes, one of these strikes was carried out by the occupiers the day after Danilov's statement.
The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny reported that during the massive shelling of Ukraine on November 23, the enemy launched 67 cruise missiles from the air ("X-101/X-555") and sea-based ("Caliber").
Defense forces managed to destroy 51 cruise missiles, as well as five Lancet-type kamikaze drones.
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