Ukraine: “We may have to hit enemy missiles directly in Russia”

According to the Ukrainian Air Force spokesperson, Kiev could target Iranian missiles at their launch sites, therefore on Russian territory

The Ukrainian Air Force has announced that the newly arrived Western air defense systems will help deal with the new threat of Iranian ballistic missiles purchased from Russia. According to Yuriy Ihnat, spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force, Kiev could target Iranian missiles at their launch sites, therefore on Russian territory.



“They must somehow be destroyed, probably from where they are launched. Because we have no effective means of fighting ballistic missiles, except for their destruction in the launch phase,” Ihnat said, adding that Iranian missiles have “a range of 3-700 kilometers, which in principle will not create anything new for Ukraine. I think both the military leadership and our partners are looking for effective ways to counter these new threats. “

PODOLYAK – “Ukraine has never refused to negotiate“Mykahilo Podolyak, advisor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, reiterated today, after the Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, argued that Russia remains” open “to negotiations with Ukraine, denouncing that the obstacle to the start of negotiations it is Kiev’s refusal to sit at the table.

“Our position” on the negotiations is “well known”, reiterated Podolyak, underlining that first the Russian troops must withdraw from Ukraine and “then everything else comes”. “Is Putin ready? Obviously not – he added – Therefore we are constructive in our assessment: we will speak with the next leader of the Russian Federation“.

“We have repeatedly stated that the Russian side is open to achieving its goals through negotiations, but we have also drawn attention to the fact that at the moment we do not see an opportunity,” Peskov previously said denouncing the law introduced last month. in Kiev “to prevent any negotiations with Russia” (in reality, with Putin as president, ed).



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