The Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine noted that Russia needs time to produce missiles.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine assessed the possibility of new missile strikes on Ukraine / photo of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Russian occupiers may inflict new massive missile strikes in Ukraine at any time. Russia’s main problem is to produce the required number of missiles, but this takes one to two weeks.

“The enemy has not abandoned attempts to persuade Ukraine to some kind of negotiations, a truce, to use for himself, to regroup and build up potential and strike again. Attacks can always be expected, because the Russian Federation also does not leave any intentions to leave us in a blackout,” he said. Yury Ignat, speaker of the command of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, on the air of the telethon.

At the same time, he said that Moscow would not have missiles left if the Russians launched massive strikes against Ukrainian cities every day.

“Therefore, they are accumulating something somewhere, they are pulling it up at their production facilities. The Russian Federation has Iskanders, but already in quite small quantities, but the Russians continue to produce Caliber and Kh-101 missiles,” the representative of the Armed Forces of Ukraine noted.

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According to him, it takes one to two weeks to produce and accumulate at least some amount.

“That’s why they actually accumulate in order to hit with a large number of missiles with Shaheds and other things at some point,” Ignat summed up.

Massive missile strikes on Ukraine – what is known

The Russian occupiers have set the goal of leaving Ukrainians without light and heat in winter, so they launch massive missile attacks on peaceful cities of Ukraine. So, Moscow bombarded Ukrainian cities with rockets on October 10, 11, 17, 31 and November 11 and 15.

So, on November 15, the Russians launched 96 cruise missiles in Ukraine, as well as drones. At the same time, air defense systems shot down more than 70 missiles and some drones.

On November 18, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal announced that almost half of the energy system of Ukraine was disabled. Russian missile strikes.

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