Arestovich explained why the shelling of Kharkov by the Russians is inevitable
The OPU adviser also explained why reducing fire intensity in this direction is difficult.
Due to Kharkiv's close proximity to the Russian border, there is very little time between a missile launch and a hit on the city.
This was stated by Advisor to the Office of President Aleksey Arestovich during a live broadcast with Mark Feygin.
Often, you don't have time to react. 30-45 seconds. No air defense has time to react. MLRS are being hit.
Arestovich also explained that it is difficult to reduce the fire intensity in this direction since Russian equipment is being fired from the Belgorod region, which is covered by a supposedly reliable air defense system.
The OPU adviser called on people to evacuate from Kharkiv and the region.