According to observer Alexander Kovalenko, Russia has not used Kinzhal missiles in attacks since August 2023. But they decided to use them on December 14, which is no coincidence.
On December 14, Russian troops attacked Ukraine with Kh-47M2 Kinzhal missiles. This happened on the same day that Russian President Vladimir Putin conducted his “straight line”. As military-political commentator Alexander Kovalenko said in an interview with Apostrophe TV, this is no coincidence.
Kovalenko noted that Russia has not used Kinzhal missiles in its attacks since August 2023. But they decided to use them on December 14th.
“This says a lot. Firstly, it says that Putin is a kind of sub-Hitler,” he said.
According to him, the head of Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, was a very complex person. He did not feel confident in his oratory, and therefore enhanced his speeches with “SS storm troopers.”
“This is exactly how I draw a parallel with Putin,” the observer noted.
According to him, Russian troops fired “Daggers” to make Putin feel confident in the situation in which the Russian Federation now finds itself.
“To feel confident in what he says, somewhere in Savaslake a MiG31K takes off, and an air raid alert is heard throughout Ukraine. And after that there will be missile launches,” said Alexander Kovalenko.
Let us recall that the Air Force reported how the Daggers were shot down. It is noted that an air raid alert was declared in Ukraine at 14:09 due to the takeoff of MiG-31K aircraft from the Savasleika airfield from the territory of the Russian Federation. At about 14.15 the missiles were launched. Arrivals to the Starokonstantinov area of the Khmelnitsky region were recorded at 14:20. Thus, 10 minutes passed from the launch of the missiles to their arrival.