The Russian occupants continue to launch missile and bomb attacks against Ukrainian positions.
Russia launches missile strikes from afar on Ukrainian territory out of fear for Ukraine’s air defense capabilities.
The British Ministry of Defense confirmed this on Twitter with reference to intelligence data.
Latest Defence Intelligence update on the situation in Ukraine – 25 March 2022— Ministry of Defence 🇬🇧 (@DefenceHQ) March 25, 2022
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Russia continues to rely on ‘remote’ munitions launched from Russian airspace to reduce the vulnerability of its aircraft to Ukrainian air defense forces, British intelligence said in a statement.
It is noted that the Russian occupiers continue to carry out missile and bomb strikes on objects on the territory of Ukraine, including those located in densely populated residential areas. At the same time, British intelligence believes that 60% of missile weapon failures will complicate Russia’s position.
British intelligence notes that in such a situation, the demand of the Russian army for drones is growing, and their stocks are depleted.
The UK also imposed sanctions against the Russian defense company Kronstadt, the main manufacturer of the Russian Orion drone and other UAVs.
It is known that the UK imposed sanctions on 65 individuals and legal entities of the Russian Federation involved in the war with Ukraine.
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