The intervals between Moscow’s rocket attacks are likely to be longer
London: Intervals between Moscow’s rocket attacks are likely to be longer
According to British intelligence experts, the frequency of Russian rocket attacks on Ukraine is likely to decrease. This emerged from the daily intelligence update from the Ministry of Defense in London on Friday. According to this, Moscow is running out of rockets. Indication that the latest wave of rocket attacks on Thursday used a variety of projectiles, some of which were misused. Russia must now accumulate a critical mass of newly manufactured missiles directly from the industry before it has the means to launch a strike large enough to overwhelm Ukraine’s air defenses, the statement said.
The British Ministry of Defense has published daily updates on the course of the war since the beginning of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, citing intelligence information. In doing so, the British government wants to both counter the Russian portrayal and keep allies in line. Moscow accuses London of a targeted disinformation campaign.