Russia prepares for new missile strikes
The invaders have stepped up the use of reconnaissance drones. This may indicate that they are preparing to conduct new missile strikes. This was reported by the head of the Joint Coordinating Press Center of the Defense Forces of Southern Ukraine Natalya Gumenyuk on the air of the telethon.
In general (Russian – ed.) reconnaissance is carried out quite systematically, we fix and ground all these aircraft. But still, we observe certain activity. In particular, during the period of time when they are being prepared. Let's say we're evaluating this moment when they're preparing to launch missile strikes. When the enemy is gathering information in order to know where to hit.
To a clarifying question of what exactly the occupying forces are trying to find, she replied that, as a rule, these are critical infrastructure facilities.
But most of the attention of drones is still concentrated on military facilities. In particular, and the means of air defense that the enemy is trying to find in order to “silence” during one of the waves of attacks in order to achieve “results”.
Commenting on the downing of a Russian reconnaissance drone “Merlin”, she explained that this is not something new.
This is not critically new. They use a certain list of their drones, which we know.  ;But not everyone can be immediately identified. For example, there is such an destruction that there is not even a mention of it.
At the same time, according to her, the number of Russian ships. There are now five rocket launchers there instead of six. Because the submarine entered the base.
Gumenyuk explained that a number of factors could be the reason for this: enemy problems, stormy weather or re-equipment.
Now we estimate the total salvo as 36 “calibers” that are ready. And the total grouping consists of 11 ships, including those from which reconnaissance drones are launched. in principle, they are ready for this (shelling & ndash; ed.), just as we are ready (to repel & nda sh; ed.). Remember that air raid alerts cannot be ignored.
Prepared by: Sergey Daga