Russia has missiles left for two or three strikes, says top security official
Russia has missiles for 3-4 more mass attacks on Ukraine, Danilov said (Photo:Police of the Kyiv Oblast)
Russian forces have enough missiles for two or three massive attacks on Ukraine’s territory, the Secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council, Oleksiy Danilov, said in an interview with the Ukrainska Pravda online newspaper on Dec. 19.
“If we count the massive attacks that we have already had, they (Russians) have enough (missiles) left for at most two or three, perhaps, four attacks,” he said.
“But then they’ll be completely left without missiles, which is unacceptable, because they may face completely different challenges and they should have at least some reserves left.”
According to Danilov, Russia has long passed the limit of the standards for the use of missiles. However, the Russians still have enough S-300 missiles in their arsenal.
The top official added that Iranian suicide drones used by Russia against Ukraine are no longer useful since the Ukrainian military has already learned how to shoot them down.
Earlier, Ukrainian Military Intelligence spokesman Andriy Yusov said that “specific dates or schedules are useless for predicting the date of a new missile strike as it doesn’t seem to be related to them, while the ‘empire of evil’ is guided by its own logic while carrying out mass strikes.”
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy also said the Russian invaders could launch a mass missile strike at any moment.
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