Ukraine implements effective strike strategy against Russian industrial facilities — military expert Zgurets
Defense Express analyst Serhiy Zgurets is convinced that strikes on Russian enterprises involved in the military-industrial complex are a very effective strategy to weaken Russia's potential on the battlefield.
He expressed this opinion on the Espreso TV channel.
"The Russian and Ukrainian sides are indeed using drones very actively now. We already know everything about Russian attacks. As for the Ukrainian ones, the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine is primarily implementing an effective strategy of strikes on Russian industrial facilities. In particular, the enterprises that manufacture various types of military equipment," Zgurets explained.
The analyst noted that Ukraine's military leadership is very careful in selecting targets in the Russian Federation.
"Recently we talked about an attack on the Smolensk Aviation Plant, which assembles Kh-59 missiles. A bit later, there was information about a strike on Tula, where the Splav enterprise is located, which produces ammunition for MLRS. That is, the targets identified in the Russian Federation as priority targets will continue to be implemented for strikes by Ukrainian drones. The only open question is the scale of such attacks," he added.
- On the morning of November 26, the Russian Defense Ministry announced an attempted massive UAV attack and the alleged downing of 24 drones over 5 regions of the Russian Federation. One drone flew into a residential high-rise building in the city of Tula. The occupiers also reported damage to the power grid in the so-called DPR.
Later, the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine confirmed the attack on the Smolensk Aviation Plant in Russia.