Russia concentrating forces for repeat mass attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure, Zelenskyy warns
Zelenskyy said that Russia is concentrating forces for new massive attacks (Photo:REUTERS / Valentyn Ogirenko)
Russia is concentrating its forces for new massive strikes on Ukrainian infrastructure, which will possibly involve the use of Iranian missiles, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his evening address on Nov. 6.
“We realize that the terrorist state is concentrating forces and means for a possible repetition of mass attacks on our infrastructure – primarily, energy. In particular, Russia needed Iranian missiles for this,” he said.
“We are preparing to respond,” Zelenskyy added.
Russian forces used Iranian attack drones again today. Some of them were shot down, but, unfortunately, some caused damage, Zelenskyy said.
Meanwhile, there are increasingly frequent reports that there are currently no Kalibr carriers on combat duty in the Black Sea, the president said.
“This is a very important result, which was achieved by our defenders. The smaller the Russian Black Sea Fleet, the safer it is in the Black Sea.”
“And there will definitely be a day when we can announce that we have provided Ukraine with full protection from the Russian threat both at sea and in the sky. I’m sure of this,” Zelenskyy said.
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