Russia may launch new missile strike at Ukraine, warns Interior Ministry
A building in Vyshgorod after the Russian strike (Photo:REUTERS/Gleb Garanich)
Russia may launch another mass missile strike on Ukraine at any moment, Vadym Denysenko, an advisor to Ukraine’s Interior Minister, told Ukrainian national television on Nov. 28.
According to the advisor, it takes Russia an average of seven to 14 days to prepare for such a mass strike, as it has been in previous weeks.
“Starting today, we must be ready that Russians may launch a massive attack at any moment,” Denysenko said.
The Ukrainian military has also warned about the threat of a new Russian missile attack on Ukraine’s critical infrastructure.
The return of a Russian naval missile carrier to combat duty in the Black Sea, after not being in the area for several days, may signal this – according to Natalia Humeniuk, spokeswoman for the Ukrainian military’s Operational Command South.
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