The press secretary of the Russian Defense Ministry Konashenko said that the strikes were carried out in places where the UAVs used in the attacks were made in Ukraine.
Ukrainian leader Zelenskiy said attacks by Russian forces continued into the first day of 2023 and that 45 Iranian-made UAVs launched into various parts of the country were destroyed.
The official representative of the Russian Ministry of Defense, Igor Konashenkov, made a statement regarding the actions of the Russian army in the war in Ukraine.
Konashenkov noted that on December 31, the Russian Armed Forces attacked defense industry facilities in Ukraine with high-precision long-range air-launched missiles, these facilities are involved in the production of UAVs used to carry out “terrorist attacks” against Russia. .
“PLANS OF THE TERRORIST ACT IS COMPLETED”
Noting that UAV warehouses and launch pads were hit along with the facilities, Konashenkov said: “The attacks achieved their goal. “The plans of the Kyiv regime to carry out terrorist attacks against the Russian Federation in the near future have been thwarted,” he said.
Noting that hostilities in Ukraine continue, Konashenkov said: “To date, 355 aircraft, 199 helicopters, 2,779 unmanned aerial vehicles, 399 anti-aircraft missile systems, 7,350 tanks and armored vehicles, 957 multi-barreled rocket launchers, 3 in Ukraine 756,000 aircraft, howitzers and howitzers, 7,859 special combat vehicles were destroyed,” he said.
ZELENSKY: ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE YEAR WE DESTROYED 45 UAVs
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, in a video message published on his Telegram account, said that Russian forces launched strikes on Ukraine on the first day of 2023.
Noting that Russian forces had launched Iranian-made UAVs into various parts of the country, Zelensky stressed that 45 UAVs were destroyed by Ukrainian air defense systems.
Noting that they will continue to fight for the independence of Ukraine, Zelenskiy said: “They will not be able to steal a single year from Ukraine, they will not be able to take away our independence. We won’t give them anything.” said.
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