Zelenskyi: Russia fired more than 3,800 missiles at Ukraine

Zelenskyi: Russia fired more than 3,800 missiles at Ukraine

Volodymyr ZelenskyiPhoto – president.gov.ua

Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, the Russian occupiers have fired more than 3,800 missiles into the territory of Ukraine.

About this told President Volodymyr Zelenskyi in a new video message.

“No rocket will bring Russia closer to its goal – there will be no subjugation of Ukraine. And each missile brings Russia closer to greater international isolation, greater economic degradation, and even clearer historical condemnation.”– he said.

The world’s response to the strikes on the TPP should be new deliveries of air defense and anti-missile defense – PodolyakThe response of other countries to Russian attacks on critical infrastructure of Ukraine should be the supply of air defense and missile defense systems.
September 12, 2022, 4:54 p.m

Zelenskyi said that there should be a tough and principled reaction to every manifestation of Russian terror. According to him, that is why the EU should adopt the 8th package of sanctions against the Russian Federation, and the USA should legally recognize Russia as a terrorist state.

In addition, the president noted that progress is needed in providing Ukraine with air defense systems. There are already certain agreements with a number of countries, and currently Ukrainian diplomats are working with others to protect the territory from enemy missiles.

It will be recalled that the Ministry of Defense’s GUR said that Russia is running out of Iskander precision missiles, there are less than 200 of them left. However, the Russian Federation has accumulated many outdated S-300 missiles, which are more than 30 years old and must be disposed of.

Oleksandr Kovalenko, a military-political analyst of the Information Resistance group, also stated that the Russian P-800 Onyx coastal defense missiles, which the occupiers used to often fire at the Odesa region and other coastal regions, have now become a major deficit for the Russian army.

Fuente: Slovoidilo.ua

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