According to Andrei Yusov, for the massive shelling of Ukraine on March 9, Russia used the number of missiles that it could accumulate in a month. At the same time, the invaders did not achieve their goals, and the intensity of strikes will continue to decrease.
Massive rocket attacks on Ukraine on March 9 indicate a significant shortage of shells in the Russian Federation, as the aggressor country reduced the intensity of such attacks. Andrey Yusov, a representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense, said this on the air of the telethon.
According to him, in the near future, the Russian occupiers will not be able to restore the intensity of attacks, as it was at the beginning of a full-scale war.
“At least, the intervals that were at the beginning of this missile terror, when we actually expected massive strikes every week, including with a large number of missiles and drones, we don’t see this today. In the near future, it is unlikely that the enemy will be able to restore that the same intensity,” Yusov said.
On the massive rocket attack on Ukraine on March 9, according to the representative of the GUR, Russia spent as many missiles as it can produce in a month. Due to international sanctions, their opportunities have become lower.
Recall that Russia carried out a massive rocket attack on Ukraine on March 9 at night. As a result of the actions of the invaders, three thermal power plants in different cities of the country were damaged. In total, 81 launches of various missiles were recorded.
Ukrenergo said that despite the massive rocket attack on Ukraine on March 9, the enemy’s plans failed to network and substations. The Ukrainian system has withstood and continues to work to the best of its ability.
The Russian Defense Ministry also commented on the attack. The department confirmed the attack, and also called it a response to “terrorist actions” in the Bryansk region, when soldiers of the Russian Volunteer Corps entered the region.
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