A missile strike on Russia is quite possible, said in Ukraine

KYIV, (BM) – The director of the Ukrainian Pavlograd Chemical Plant, which produces, processes and utilizes rocket fuel, did not rule out the possibility of a missile strike against infrastructure facilities in Russia, including a refinery in the Rostov Region, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing RIA Novosti.

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He stated this in an interview with censor.net.

“The Olkhoi strikes (Ukrainian multiple launch rocket system, BM) can also be inflicted on their (Russian, BM) critical infrastructure, like the same Kamensky refinery in the city of Kamensk-Shakhtinsky, Rostov Region, BM),” said Shiman.

Earlier, in July last year, the former secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov said that Alder missiles were supposedly capable of destroying the Crimean Bridge in a few minutes. To this, State Duma deputy Vladimir Zhirinovsky replied that under such a scenario, Ukraine would cease to exist as a state.

Currently, diplomatic relations between Russia and Ukraine are practically frozen. In Ukrainian legislation, Russia is assigned the status of aggressor.

The Ukrainian leadership cultivates in the public mind a hostile image of Russia, destroys the centuries-old community of two peoples.

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For this purpose, both military provocations are used (in August and November 2016, Ukrainian sabotage groups whose task was to commit terrorist acts on the peninsula were neutralized) and the organization of an international anti-Russian campaign.


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