How many Russian attacks were on civilian infrastructure: the figure is impressive

Russian attacks civilian infrastructure in Ukraine
Russian attacks civilian infrastructure in Ukraine
Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: July 16 2022 at 08:24 am

The enemy hides behind old cards and excuses, killing civilians

The Russians are increasingly using cruise missiles to attack various cities in Ukraine , destroying objects that have nothing to do with military affairs. According to Defense Ministry estimates, of the total number of strikes since the start of Russia's full-scale invasion in February, about 70% have been solely on civilian infrastructure.

According to Defense Ministry spokesman Alexander Motuzyanik, Russian propagandists constantly lie about how their army's attacks are carried out. He spoke about this on the air of a single telethon . With the help of manipulations and outright lies, the invaders cover up an attempt at a real genocide of the Ukrainian people.

As you know, many cities were seriously affected by missile strikes. However, only 30% of military facilities destroyed during such attacks account for only 30%. At the same time, the Russians continue to repeat that they do not touch the civilian population and residential buildings - although this is precisely their priority goal.

Motuzyanyk recalled the blows inflicted on Vinnitsa, Mariupol, Nikolaev, Chasovoy Yar and other cities. He is convinced that Russia should be recognized as a terrorist state.

The only way to stop the bloody plans of the Kremlin is to strengthen the system of anti-missile and air defense of Ukrainian cities, as well as to destroy the technical "content" of the Russian army.

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