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The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation announced a massive «retaliation strike» from land, sea and air

CrimeaPRESS reports:

On March 9, the Russian Armed Forces launched a massive retaliatory strike on the military infrastructure of Ukraine in response to a terrorist attack committed by Ukrainian saboteurs in the Bryansk region. About it today declared official representative of the RF Ministry of Defense, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov.

High-precision long-range air, sea and land-based weapons, including the Kinzhal hypersonic missile system, hit key elements of Ukraine’s military infrastructure, military-industrial complex enterprises, as well as energy facilities that provide them— he said.

Konashenkov noted that the purpose of the strike was achieved, all the designated objects were hit. As a result of the “retaliation strike”, Ukrainian strike drones were destroyed, the transfer of reserves and rail transport of foreign weapons was disrupted, and production facilities for the repair of military equipment and the production of ammunition were disabled.

Another result of the strike is a massive power outage in Ukraine. On the territory of the “square” today, air raid signals were sounded twice (throughout the country), which lasted a total of more than 6 hours.

According to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, the last massive rocket attack on Ukraine was carried out on February 10. Then it was reported that the blow was inflicted «on critically important facilities of the energy system that ensure the functioning of enterprises of the military-industrial complex and the transport system«.

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