Ukrainian Air Force warns of Russian missile attacks during upcoming holidays

Consequences Russia's strikes on Kharkiv
Consequences Russia's strikes on Kharkiv

Russia threatens to disrupt Easter weekend for Ukrainians with potential mass missile attacks, said spokesman of the Ukrainian Air Force Command, Illya Yevlash, on the national TV telethon on May 2.

"As we have seen repeatedly, reports of temporary truces or peace agreements on the Russian side are not valid," he said.

There's a possibility the vile enemy could harm people and disrupt the holiday on Easter Eve by launching missiles.

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Currently, Russia has partially removed Shahed drones from its list of air attack weapons.

"Now we see, they are attacking mostly with ballistic and Kh-59 guided missiles," he said.

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