Not even two weeks have passed since the last massive attack by the Russian Federation.
Military expert Oleksandr Kovalenko believes that Ukraine has two weeks before the next massive missile attack by the Russian Federation.
As he noted in his Telegram, during this time Russia will be able to collect ammunition that will be able to break through the air defense of Ukraine.
“In the next two days, stabilization outages may continue, but in general, the power system will be brought into balance… for 2 weeks. Two weeks. This is approximately how much the Russian occupiers need to stockpile ammunition capable of breaking through air defenses and causing any significant damage “Two weeks is the average rest period to which we will have to get used to,” Kovalenko said.
According to the expert, during the time between strikes on Ukraine, Russia is removing missiles from storage, their maintenance, logistics, and ammunition production.
“All this is included in this period between strikes on Ukraine, which once again indicates the possibilities. Or more precisely, the inability of the occupiers to strike such strikes every day. It is also noteworthy that not a full two weeks have passed since the last massive strike on Ukraine, but the strike was successful. less massive than on October 10. Obviously, the Russians were in a hurry to the meeting in the European Parliament,” Kovalenko emphasized.
Missile attack on Ukraine on November 23
On November 23, 2022, Russia again carried out massive shelling of Ukrainian cities.
The Air Force of the Ukrainian Armed Forces announced that the Russians launched about 70 Kh-101/Kh-555 Kalibr cruise missiles over the territory of Ukraine. Ukrainian defenders shot down 51 missiles and also destroyed five Lancet-type kamikaze drones in the south.
The heads of diplomacy of the European Union and the United States reacted to the attack. Thus, the high representative of the EU for foreign affairs and security policy, Josep Borrell, called the attacks “cruel and inhumane” and assured Ukraine of support.