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Arestovich: The war has entered a new phase – a phase of missile terror


Rocket strikes, according to the adviser to the head of the OP, are fired from different sides and with all the available nomenclature.


Aleksey Arestovich, the adviser to the head of the President’s Office, commented on today’s attack on Kremenchuk and said that the war had entered a new phase – the phase of missile terror.

Arestovich said this on the air of Feygin Live.

“Strategic bombers were fired from the Kursk region, according to preliminary data, with X-22 missiles. This is a terribly old missile, inaccurate. They fired at the center of a densely populated city. Rocket terror. Suppose we add to this the situation in Kharkiv, Kyiv, Mykolaiv and so on, Akhtyrka today, not to mention cities and villages close to the line of demarcation. In that case, it is clear that the phase of missile terror against the civilian population has begun, not to mention the fact that the Geneva Convention and international law expressly prohibit strikes, accompanied by possible civilian casualties. That is, all the rules of war, and international law are violated. And we can state such an extended missile Bucha,” he said.

The adviser to the head of the Presidential Office stressed that missile strikes are being launched from different sides and, in particular, today the Ukrainian military intelligence issued a statement that new strikes from the territory of Belarus are possible.

“But I have practically no doubt that if a three-month veto has been printed out, it means that they will continue to strike… Iskanders are hitting Kharkiv, for example, these are stationary complexes, they are hitting Kharkiv with field artillery, They hit Odessa with cruise missiles – they are successfully shot down by air defense.At Kyiv with cruise missiles – they hit from the airspace of Belarus, they still hit from the Black Sea, the Caspian, and the Kursk region, according to preliminary data, which, again, need to be verified. in general, the entire nomenclature that exists,” Arestovich said.