Objects around Moscow to become targets for Ukrainian weapons - Ukraine’s official
National Security and Defence Council Secretary Oleksiy Danilov has said that Ukraine will continue to strike at Russian military infrastructure: targets for Ukrainian-made weapons will be sites around Moscow
Danilov said this in an interview with KYODO NEWS.
According to the NSDC Secretary, Ukraine plans to continue to strike Russia's military infrastructure using Ukrainian-made weapons.
Danilov noted that since Ukraine has entered into an informal agreement with its partners, promising not to use their weapons to attack Russian territory, "facilities around Moscow may become a target for domestically produced weapons."
He also commented on fears that international support for Ukraine could decline amid the war with Israel.
"There has been no decrease in communication with the United States and Europe. Cooperation continues, and we get help every day," Danilov said.
- On the night of 7 October, Russian air defence forces allegedly repelled an attack by a drone flying towards Moscow. Flights were cancelled and rescheduled at two airports in the Russian capital.