Putin warns Ukraine against long-range missiles
If this happens, Russia will strike targets so far left intact, the president has warned
Russia will hit targets it has so far not struck if long-range missiles are delivered to Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned.
“If they are supplied, we will draw the appropriate conclusions and use our weapons, which we have enough of, in order to strike at those objects that we have not yet struck,” Putin told Russia 1 in an interview broadcasted on Sunday.
The Russian president noted that the shipment of US-made multiple-launch rocket systems confirmed by President Joe Biden on Tuesday is unlikely to bring anything new to Kiev’s forces. The Ukrainian military already has Soviet- and Russian-designed Grad, Smerch, and Uragan systems of the same kind, he explained.
The range does not depend on the system itself, but on the missiles that are used. And what we’ve learned on the matter has nothing to do with trust in the Ukrainian regime.
DETAILS TO FOLLOW