Defence Intelligence: Russia is changing targets for strikes

The Russian occupiers are reorienting the direction of their strikes. Energy will remain a target, but military facilities, the concentration of our troops, and logistics may become the main target. In an interview with RBC-Ukraine, the representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Vadym Skibitsky, told about this.

Ukraine’s representative of military intelligence emphasized that the climatic winter is already ending, and the Kremlin has not managed to destroy the Ukrainian energy system.

“This is thanks to our energy companies, the Armed Forces, air defense forces, and the coordinated work of all ministries and agencies. Therefore, the Russians will now somewhat reorient the directions of striking. It can be military facilities, the concentration of troops, and the logistics system of our groups,” Vadim Skibitsky admits.

A representative of military intelligence drew attention – the strikes on oil depots confirmed that the occupiers would try to destroy those critical infrastructure elements that we need to conduct hostilities successfully. He added that energy would also remain among the enemy’s targets.

“Critical infrastructure objects will also remain, primarily economic – those that affect the development of our state. These are oil refineries, enterprises of the defense-industrial complex, etc.,” says Vadym Skibitsky.

At the same time, he does not rule out that hydro-technical and water treatment facilities may also become enemy targets, as previously discussed in the Air Force.

“Maybe. We analyze the intelligence of which objects the Russian Federation conducts. Among them are hydro-technical structures, bridges over the Dnipro, airfields, and airports, routes for the supply of weapons and military equipment coming from the West. Russia constantly conducts reconnaissance of these objects, including space ones,” added the representative of the Min Directorate of Intelligence.

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