Russia's latest massive drone attack, which took place on the night of May 28, indicates that the Kremlin has managed to establish a stable supply chain for the "shaheds" from Iran.

This was stated by military expert Andrei Kramarov in a comment to Channel 24.

According to the expert, the Russians have quite a few cruise or ballistic missiles left. After all, the military-industrial complex of the enemy is not able to produce enough missiles to cover the costs of the war with Ukraine. That is why they stocked up on a large number of drones to cover this deficit.

In his opinion, the Russian army is trying to act in the same way as the Soviet one: it fights in numbers and takes mass.

"There is information that they have established a stable supply with Iran. Kamikaze drones arrive in the Caspian Sea and after that they are placed, both on the territory of Russia and Belarus," Kramarov said.

Recall that on the night of May 28, an air alarm was announced throughout Ukraine. Explosions were heard in Kyiv and central regions. Russia attacked Ukraine 59 "shaheds". We managed to knock down all but one.

During a strike by enemy drones in Kyiv, a 41-year-old man was killed. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced the details of the most powerful drone strike on Kyiv. He also said that, unfortunately, there were hits in Zhytomyr region.

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