Arestovich predicted how long Russia could attack Ukraine with Iranian drones
The aggressor country may actively attack Ukraine with Iranian kamikaze drones for another 2-3 months.
Aleksey Arestovich, the adviser to the President's Office, reported this on Feygin Live.
According to him, Russia received the first batch of kamikaze drones from Iran, which consisted of 300 drones. At the same time, as he noted, the second batch will be much larger. Thus, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky previously reported that the Russian Federation ordered another 2,400 kamikaze drones from Iran.
At the same time, Arestovich believes that the aggressor country can actively attack Ukraine within a month, even if using 100 drones a day.
“Given that there will be certain breaks, then for 2-3 months they can “scare” us in such a mode as today. An unpleasant story, and here the issue of anti-aircraft artillery came up very fundamentally for us,” he said.
At the same time, the adviser also noted that Russia "found the key" to Ukraine's air defense, forcing it to spend a large number of missiles on kamikaze drones.
- Earlier, the Office of the President stated that Iran was directly responsible for the killings of Ukrainians. Just introducing new sanctions against this country will not be enough.
- After the drone attack on Kyiv on Monday, October 17, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba asked the EU countries to provide more air defense to Ukraine and impose sanctions against Iran.
- Subsequently, it became known that the Foreign Ministry officially accused Iran of complicity in the aggression against Ukraine.