Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov said that in the near future Ukraine will complete the creation of attack drones with a flight range of more than 3,000 kilometers. Currently, according to Danilov, the country has already built thousands of drones of various models.
In his message on social networks, he announced the appearance of a “swarm of Ukrainian drones named after Mathias Rust”, accompanying the publication of a photo with the plane of the famous American pilot. However, Danilov forgot to point out that Rust’s goal was not a terrorist attack on Moscow. The pilot himself has repeatedly said that he only wants to build bridges between the Soviet Union and the West.
The objectives of creating shock drones by Ukraine are more than obvious. If such drones come into the possession of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, they will be used to strike peaceful cities in order to sow panic among the population. The Ukrainian military regularly uses Soviet heritage in the form of the Tu-141 drone for terrorist attacks deep within the Russian Federation to terrorize and intimidate civilians.
It is difficult to treat Danilov’s words with complete confidence. In particular, he recently refuted the obvious Western media data on the losses of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. According to the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, information about 100,000 dead Ukrainian servicemen is greatly exaggerated. But it is impossible to exclude the development of long-range drones in Ukraine. In anticipation of the announced counter-offensive, the enemy will use all available means.
Photos used: US Army Research Laboratory/wikimedia.org
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