Russia has stockpiled more than 800 missiles in occupied Crimea for energy terrorism this winter, according to Natalia Humeniuk, the head of the Joint Coordination Press Center of the Defense Forces of the South of Ukraine. She revealed this information during a national Ukrainian TV news marathon.
Referring to the Main Intelligence Directorate's data, Humeniuk noted that the enemy has established a significant military-resource center in the occupied Crimean Peninsula.
"In particular, missiles such as Kalinr are concentrated there, and Oniks missiles are also launched from the Crimean Peninsula. The enemy is accumulating potential – that is obvious", - stated Humeniuk.
She mentioned that air-based missiles are dispersed in locations where they can be loaded onto aircraft.
Earlier, due to shelling in the Sumy and Dnipropetrovsk oblasts, damage occurred to the energy infrastructure.