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Ukraine. Oleksandr Kamyshin: The Ukrainian drone that hit St. Petersburg flew 1,250 kilometers


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Oleksandr Kamyshin, Ukrainian Minister of Strategic Industries, said that the Ukrainian-made drone that struck the fuel base in St. Petersburg in northwestern Russia, flew 1,250 kilometers before reaching its target.

– We are able to produce everything: from small FPV drones for $350 to the plane that landed in St. Petersburg last night. Oleksandr Kamyshin, Minister of Strategic Industries of Ukraine, said the plane flew 1,250 kilometers tonight and hit the target.

– Now we can make more of them. Asymmetric warfare will require an infinite number of drones. He added during a discussion session at the Ukrainian House in Davos: “I am convinced that we will see more such events this year.” The Ukrainian website “Economizna Pravda” quoted his statement on Thursday evening.

A Ukrainian drone flew over Putin's residence

A source in the security services, quoted by the Kyiv Post website, claims that one of the drones that attacked Leningrad Oblast at night flew over Valdai, where Vladimir Putin's residence is located. The property is located in the Novgorod region, between Saint Petersburg and Moscow.

Earlier on Thursday, the Ukrainska Pravda website, citing a source, revealed that Ukrainian military intelligence carried out a special operation on the night of Wednesday to Thursday in the Leningrad region of Russia, where one of the fuel bases was attacked using drones. .

Main image source: Oleg Petrasyuk/PAP/EPA

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