Moscow still hits infrastructure in Ukraine, through 90 missiles

In light of the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian fighting for the ninth consecutive month, Russian forces have carried out more than 90 attacks, by missile launchers, on the infrastructures of some Ukrainian cities and towns, including “Kramatorsk, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhia and Donetsk”. .

Reply with 33 raids

The Ukrainian air force carried out about 33 raids on 26 Russian weapons and military equipment sites and 7 anti-aircraft missile systems sites, Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath correspondent reported Wednesday today.

It also shot down a helicopter, two Orlan-10 drones, six Shahed-136 drones, and two Kub drones.

On Tuesday, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said his country’s forces are attacking basic infrastructure in Ukraine, in order to limit the capabilities of the Ukrainian army.

Intensify the attacks

Interestingly, since the beginning of last month (October 2022), Russian forces have intensified their attacks on Ukrainian lands, in particular in Kiev, in what was considered a response to the attack on the Crimean bridge, which connects the Russian mainland to the peninsula that Russia annexed in 2014.

These attacks also came after the Russian army stumbled in the north and east of the country, and also in the regions of southern Ukraine, in the face of the counterattack launched by the Ukrainian forces weeks ago to recover dozens of areas that were in the hands of the Russians for months. He has made significant progress in many points before his pace of progress cooled down a bit.

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