On Thursday, Russia launched a wave of at least 80 long-range strikes against critical infrastructure in Ukraine, the daily intelligence update reported. cruise missilesair defense missiles as surface-to-surface missiles, Iranian one-way drones, and an unusually large number of Hypersonic ballistic missiles fired from the air.
As shown, this was the first major wave of long-range strikes since February 16 and possibly one of the largest since December 2022, with Ukrainian authorities reporting at least 11 civilian deaths.
The divergence of the strike waves is likely to increase because Russia now needs to accumulate a critical mass of newly manufactured missiles directly from industrial facilities before it can launch strikes powerful enough to overwhelm Ukraine’s air defenses.
Source: Niezalezna.pl, PAP
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