Danilov: Ukraine moves one of its missile enterprises to another country so that Russia will not reach it
Russia is returning to the tactic of intensifying missile terror and has once again begun striking energy and military facilities. Therefore, the government is taking steps to maximize their protection.
In particular, some of the production facilities involved in the implementation of missile programs have been moved abroad in advance, where Russia will not be able to reach them. This was stated by Oleksiy Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, in an interview with Ukrainian Radio.
He noted that one of Ukraine's missile production facilities, which was once targeted by Russia, has been moved outside of Ukraine.
"This strike happened a long time ago. Thus, realizing that the Russians have known the location of certain facilities since the Soviet Union, we took certain steps to prevent them (strikes - Ed.). This does not affect the missile program globally... Part of the production has been moved outside of our country, where Russia will not get it. After all, Russia can only fight with us. They are afraid to attack NATO countries," Danilov stated.
At the same time, the terrorist country is intensifying attacks on Ukrainian energy facilities.
"Moreover, they have never ended, because the Russian Federation is an insidious country that cannot fight the military. It is at war with our civilian population, destroying our civilian infrastructure to inflict pain on our people, including pensioners, children, and those who are in a difficult situation during such attacks," the NSDC Secretary emphasized.
Danilov warned that the coming months would be difficult. However, he added that "we have already survived one of the most difficult winters in the history of Ukraine and the whole world."
"The state is preparing as much as possible, but this does not mean that we will not have problems in the winter. We will have them, but we must remember that we have already lived through one of the most difficult winters for us and for the whole world. I don't know of any country that has faced such problems in winter during military operations," the NSDC Secretary added.
Earlier, Danilov spoke about preparations for the de-occupation of Donbas and Crimea. A strategy for the liberation of Ukrainian land is currently being developed. The NSDC Secretary added that it would be inappropriate to develop separate strategies for the de-occupation of each of the regions and Crimea. Therefore, the plan for liberation will be common to all the territories of Ukraine temporarily occupied by Russia.