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“Not seen within a week” Russian missiles and drones attacked the Ukrainian Air Force: nothing was shot | International | Newtalk News

People witnessed Russian missiles being intercepted and exploded by anti-aircraft missiles.Picture: Taken from Olga Klymenko Twitter

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, it has continuously bombed homes and civilian facilities, killing many innocent civilians. After Ukraine blew up the Crimea Bridge last month, Russia immediately launched a large number of missiles and suicide drones targeting Ukrainian urban infrastructure, causing damage and casualties. However, the recent Russian air strikes have slowed down a lot. There is a shortage of weapons, and it is no longer possible to continue to launch large-scale missile attacks.

According to a CNN report, Ukrainian Air Force Command spokesperson Yurii Ihnat pointed out that the Russian army is still launching rockets and S-300 anti-aircraft missiles in front-line cities in various places. On the 12th, there were Tu- The 22M3 bomber launched several X-22 missiles on the central area of ​​Ukraine, but the above-mentioned attacks were relatively sporadic. In the past week, the Russian army has not seen the use of cruise missiles and Iranian-made suicide drones.

Inat continued that due to the lack of armaments of the Russian army, especially ballistic missiles and air-launched cruise missiles, the Russian army cannot continue large-scale missile attacks. The Russian army’s weapons shortage items include the Iskander missile, the X-555 missile, the X-101 missile and the Kalibr cruise missile, especially the Kalibr cruise missile. The Russian army launched 15 in October , but such missiles cannot be manufactured and put into service quickly.

As for the drone part, Inat said that the Russian army launched more than 400 suicide drones towards Ukraine from all directions, and the Ukrainian army destroyed more than 330 of them. Western countries have been supplying Ukraine with additional anti-aircraft weapons since Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy asked G7 leaders last month to help prevent Russian missiles from hitting Ukrainian cities. With the arrival of advanced Western air defense systems in Ukraine, Ukraine’s air defense system is gradually being strengthened.

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, it has continuously bombed homes and civilian facilities, killing many innocent civilians. After Ukraine blew up the Crimea Bridge last month, Russia immediately launched a large number of missiles and suicide drones targeting Ukrainian urban infrastructure, causing damage and casualties. However, the recent Russian bombing operations have slowed down a lot. Russia is short of weapons and can no longer continue to launch large-scale missile strikes.

According to a CNN report, Ukrainian Air Force Command spokesperson Yurii Ihnat pointed out that the Russian army is still launching rockets and S-300 anti-aircraft missiles in front-line cities in various places. On the 12th, there were Tu- The 22M3 bomber launched several X-22 missiles on the central area of ​​Ukraine, but the above-mentioned attacks were relatively sporadic. In the past week, the Russian army has not seen the use of cruise missiles and Iranian-made suicide drones.

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