Air Force does not confirm Russia is attacking Ukraine with DPRK missiles yet
Ukraine has no evidence that Russia has already used the missiles it received from North Korea. It may take several days to determine the type of weapon
Yuriy Ihnat, the spokesperson for the Air Force, made this statement on the United News telethon.
experts are examining the wreckage, but it takes time. To find out whether it was an Iskander or an S-300, for example, it takes several days, because missiles break into small fragments.
"The missile flies, falls, breaks into small pieces, scatters, and it makes it hard to find out what kind of missile was launched. We know it is ballistics, but not what kind of ballistics, whose missile it is. So far, we have no evidence that such missiles were used. The statement came from the United States. Therefore, experts will study the wreckage, and then we can say whether this is a fact or not. I cannot confirm this yet," Ihnat said.