UK announces Russia’s plans to expand ‘strike zones’ in Ukraine

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Date: 18 September 2022 Time: 14:08:48

Great Britain announced Russia’s plans to expand the strike zone on the territory of Ukraine

British forces announced plans to expand Russia’s “strike zone” into Ukraine to demoralize the government and people of Ukraine. Reuters reported.

The UK believes that, over the past week, Russia has stepped up attacks on civilian infrastructure, including areas where the destruction has no significant military impact. It should be noted that the mission plans included attacks on the power grid and the dam on the Ingulets River at Krivoy Rog.

It was previously reported that the UK would transfer six underwater drones to Ukraine. We are talking about unmanned drones designed to detect mines up to 100 meters deep. As mentioned, three of them will be supplied to Kiev from warehouses of the British Armed Forces, three more will be purchased. The General Staff also said that in the coming months, the UK fleet, along with US partners, will begin training in the use of underwater drones by the Ukrainian military.



Source: lenta.ru

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