Russia is preparing for a new attack on Ukraine, but it is not necessarily a massive missile attack – Humenyuk


The aggressor country Russia is probably preparing for a new attack on the cities and villages of Ukraine. But it may not necessarily be a massive missile attack.

This was warned by the head of the press center of the Defense Forces “South” captain first rank Nataliya Humenyuk on the air telethon. According to her, despite a certain pause, the question of the occupiers’ readiness to strike has not been removed.

“It is not necessary to wait for a massive missile attack. It is quite possible that this will be some kind of maneuver with forces and means – a combination of missile and drone threats,” she said.

Humeniuk reminded that Russia received a new batch of Iranian kamikaze drones. And their active use in the war against Ukraine may indicate a new combined tactic.

In addition, the occupiers are maneuvering in the Black Sea, keeping missile carriers on combat duty. Currently, there are three of them there – one surface and two underwater with a total salvo of 16 “Caliber” missiles.

The representative of OK “South” assumed that the terrorist state and its troops are obviously planning to spoil the holidays for Ukrainians.

“You have to be ready for it, be prepared, be aware of the situation. And remember that the Defense Forces, on their part, will do everything to prevent the enemy from doing this as effectively as possible,” Humenyuk said.

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