During one of the attacks, the occupying army of the Russian Federation hit the place where Ukrainian missiles were collected. Part of the production was transferred from the country.

This was announced in an interview with the Spanish newspaper ABC by Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov.

However, Danilov did not give details about this case.

"This is a closed program, and no one will tell you what state it is in. What I can say is that, unfortunately, Russia hit the place where these missiles were assembled. Now we have moved part of the production from our country," he said.

As reported, at the end of August, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that Ukrainian long-range weapons had successfully hit an enemy target 700 km away. Most likely, we are talking about the airfield in Pskov, where four Russian Il-30 aircraft were destroyed on August 76.

Read also:

Subscribe to our channels in Telegram and Viber.