Russian troops bring in additional batch of S-300 missiles to strike at Ukrainian border - Center of national resistance
The Russian occupiers have moved a batch of modernized missiles to the S-300 systems near the city of Bryansk in the Russian Federation. The enemy's goal is to strike at the Ukrainian border.
This was reported by the National Resistance Center, citing information from concerned local residents. It is noted that the ammunition was modernized at the Dubno Machine-Building Plant in the Moscow region.
The Center stated that after it became known about the enemy's plans, their implementation is doubtful, and retaliation is inevitable.
Earlier, the National Security Center reported that Russia is forcing flight school cadets to shoot at the territory of Ukraine. The pilot cadets are practicing firing missiles from helicopters in Sumy region. At the same time, due to the low professional level of the war criminals, some of the missiles hit targets on the territory of the aggressor country.
"In fact, the occupiers are preparing yesterday's teenagers for the war against Ukraine and forcing them to train on civilians by deliberately providing them with unguided missiles," the statement said.
As reported by OBOZ.UA:
- Russians transferred reinforcements to Bakhmut direction. Despite the losses in the areas of Bakhmut and Avdiivka, the enemy continues to try to attack the positions of the Defense Forces.
- On October 5, Russians shelled eight border communities in Sumy region, killing one person. A total of 131 explosions were recorded in the region that day.