Russian troops did not give up massive missile attacks.
In particular, on the energy infrastructure.
Yuriy Ignat, the spokesman of the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, announced this on the air of a single telethon.
According to him, the aviation of the Russian occupiers has increased its activity compared to last weekend.
"It has already been eight days since the missile strike on November 23.
That's why we keep calm.
It is clear that there is a possibility, it will happen, the enemy has not given up such intentions.
But it is clear that the Air Force and the Armed Forces will do everything in order to reduce the consequences of these attacks, namely to repel the enemy's air aggression," Yuriy Ignat emphasized.
He also added that the Ukrainian aviation destroys Russian air targets every day and supports the combat operations of the ground forces at the front.
We will remind that Russian ships in the Black Sea are gathering intelligence for a potential strike.
Enemy missile launchers are already equipped and prepared, and the fact that they occasionally call into the bases may indicate a response to weather, including storms.
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