In order for enemy strikes to have at least some effect, an element of breaking through Ukraine’s air defense is necessary, the expert noted.
Russian missile strikes on Ukraine will not stop, but the pauses between attacks will increase as the enemy’s production, recovery, and potential logistical decreases.
If now we can talk about pauses between blows of two weeks, then after some period of time, it will be an average of three weeks, military observer Alexander Kovalenko said on the air of FreeDom.
“For such strikes to have some effect, an element of breaking through the air defense is necessary. The element of breaking through the air defense is due to a large number of launched missile weapons…”, the expert said.
According to him, the main thing is that there are enough missiles, and air defense cannot cope with practically destroying all launched objects.
“That is, this number of 70, 80, 90, 100 missiles should be launched during such a strike. To accumulate such a quantity, reproduce, remove from storage, restore, send to the airfield, place on launch pads – it all takes … a certain period… if we can now talk about pauses between strikes of two weeks, then after a certain period, it will be an average of three weeks,” he predicted.