Ukraine has capability to strike certain targets behind enemy lines - General Malomuzh
Ukrainian General Mykola Malomuzh says that the Drone Army allows Ukraine to create a powerful strike force
He said this on Espreso TV.
"We already have the capability to strike sectorally, at individual targets behind enemy lines where we cannot strike with foreign missile systems or other means. The Drone Army allows us to create a powerful strike force. Ballistic drones are reaching St. Petersburg, Moscow, and the Urals. Drones are delivered to Russian regions where troops, ammunition depots, launchers, airfields, military-industrial complexes that manufacture missiles, guidance heads, and optics are located," Malomuzh said.
The general added that Russia's powerful oil refineries and oil bases in the Leningrad region, Tambov, and Bryansk have recently been hit.
"Russian terminals that provide exports of products were hit, which means billions of dollars in profits that go to the front. The terminals that transferred fuel and lubricants to the frontline. Air defense systems have been deployed in Russia, but they are not effective. Ukraine has prospects," Malomuzh emphasized.
- Russians say that on the night of January 31, an unknown drone flew into St. Petersburg. It crashed on the territory of the Nevsky Mazut oil refinery. According to Ukrainian media, the Ukrainian Main Intelligence Directorate was behind the operation.
- In addition, the Russian Defense Ministry stated that a drone was shot down over the Pskov region the same night. This region borders the Baltic States.