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Ihnat: Russia must be short of long-range missiles

It is hardly necessary to talk about a change in enemy tactics.

Ihnat: Russia must be short of long-range missiles
Ukrainian Air Force spokesman Yuriy Ihnat
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The Russian army continues to carry out shelling, having changed the timeframe of missile attacks, the spokesman for the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Yuriy Ihnat, has said on the air of the telethon.

He emphasized that a change in enemy tactics is unlikely. Only the timing of the attacks and the number of missiles used have changed.

"Previously, they used to do it in a typical way when they shelled the infrastructure with Shaheds at night, with missiles in the morning. Now we see that shelling can take place any time and that the number of missiles is small," Ihnat said, adding that Russia must be short of long-range missiles.

This is neither a reason to relax nor to panic, he added.

"There should be no panic. We will continue to strengthen ourselves with air defence systems that our partners promise us in the near future. We have already received positive news from the US that our anti-aircraft gunners will soon return home after Patriot training," Ihnat said.

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