Danilov showed a map of the occupiers' attacks on Ukraine in the first days of the full-scale war. Video
Oleksiy Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, showed a map of Russian attacks in the first days of the large-scale invasion in February 2022. At that time, Russian troops bombarded Kyiv and Zhytomyr in an attempt to cut the Zhytomyr and Odesa highways and move on.
Danilov showed a map of the attacks during an interview with journalist Natalia Moseychuk. "What did they do on February 25? They cut off Zhytomyr completely. 34 bombings of Zhytomyr and 34 bombings of Kyiv and Kyiv region. According to their plan, they were supposed to reach the Zhytomyr and Odesa highway in this way, they were supposed to cut it off and move on," said the NSDC Secretary (video is available at the bottom of the news).
According to Danilov, Ukraine has been preparing a monitoring system since 2019.
"We have been preparing this system since November 19. I went to the president and said, 'Mr. President, we need to make a system to monitor all these processes,' and I wrote him a letter that the development should be done in secret, because if something happens, keep in mind that we will be cut off," he said.
In addition, Danilov pointed out that Ukraine has strategic partners - 30 countries with a combined GDP of 55%. Another 64 countries are partners with a GDP of 7.7%.
"And if you look at who Russia is working with, what their GDP is in relation to everyone else, and who their partners are, it's quite an interesting job today. The world today actually has a clear positioning," the politician said.
As OBOZREVATEL reported earlier, Danilov said that Kyiv had moved part of its own missile production abroad after Russia attacked one of its assembly sites. The main task of the Armed Forces is to send the entire Russian Black Sea Fleet responsible for the bombing of our cities to the bottom, and this will be done, the NSDC Secretary emphasized.