Russian troops step up use of ‘kamikaze’ drones in Bakhmut sector - spokesman of 26th Artillery Brigade
Oleh Kalashnikov, a spokesman for the 26th Artillery Brigade named after Major General Roman Dashkevych, said that the occupying Russian forces are actively saturating the front with ‘kamikaze’ drones
He told about it on Espreso TV channel
"The Russian occupiers in the Bakhmut direction have a lot of ‘kamikaze’ drones. I'm being quite balanced when I say this. However, it is really true. They are increasing the production of these drones and are also trying to buy them in China. That is, the number of kamikaze drones used by Russians is quite significant along the entire front line," Kalashnikov said.
According to him, Russians are also actively using and developing reconnaissance UAVs.
"We can often see developments of the Russian military-industrial complex. In particular, reconnaissance UAVs that are capable of flying behind the first line of our defense. As for their electronic warfare, they are also quite successful here. After all, they have had excellent electronic warfare systems since the Soviet era. Therefore, their electronic warfare systems are quite advanced today," he added.
Oles Malyarevych, a sergeant with the Achilles company of the 92nd Detached Assault Brigade, said that Russia is trying to regain lost ground near Bakhmut.