The Russian occupiers have large stocks of Iranian Shahed-136 drones, and they are constantly replenished.
This was told by the head of the press center of the Southern Defense Forces Natalia Gumeniuk on the air of Apostrophe TV.
"Unfortunately, the enemy's stock of "shaheds" is replenished. This is the main problem for Ukraine – the fact that the country-sponsor of terrorism has its sponsors. That is why they receive some support, thanks to which they conduct their attacks," Humeniuk said.
According to her, the Russians still have a large stock of "shaheds". At the same time, they can use other means of influencing Ukrainian air defense systems, logistics routes, collection centers – in particular, front assistance centers.
"Let me remind you that the enemy does not shy away from attacking warehouses with humanitarian cargo, Red Cross warehouses, peaceful residential areas, hospitals, elevators. We are dealing with terrorists, and we must be aware of this. And remember that we cannot predict in advance what exactly will be applied and where," Humeniuk added.
The head of the press center of the Southern Defense Forces noted that the occupiers had recently replenished their stock of drones, so the attacks would continue. However, "you don't have to wait for them, but you need to be ready for them."
It should be noted that Iran denies its assistance to the Russian Federation, which concerns the supply of Shahed strike drones. They say that Tehran is in favor of a political solution to end the war as soon as possible and is even ready to help in this.
Recall that on Saturday morning, May 27, the Russian occupiers urgently put a missile carrier on combat duty in the Black Sea. As of 10:30 am on May 27, there were up to eight "Calibers" in the sea area.
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