The invaders are running out of missiles: Arestovich pointed out an important detail of the shelling of Odessa
The invaders are most likely running out of long-range missiles, because they, probably, to save money, have begun to use medium-range missiles,
This opinion was expressed by the adviser to the head of the OP Alexey Arestovich on the air of Feygin Live.
According to him, the occupiers are coming close to the zone of destruction of the Ukrainian air defense. This is evidenced by yesterday's shelling of Odessa, after which it turned out that the Russian army used X59 missiles with a range of less than 300 km.
“Yesterday, there was a missile launch in Odessa, and most of them were shot down. But one flew in. And when they figured it out, it turned out that it was X59. These missiles are characterized by the fact that they have a maximum range of less than 300 km; these are medium-range aviation missiles. And this raises the question - either they test them, although they were manufactured in 1975-1979 … Or they are run out of missiles of another class, long-range missiles, and they are forced to use these. And these are dangerous because they have to come close to the border of our air defense. With a high probability, they began to save missiles," Arestovich said.
On Saturday morning, Russian strategic aviation aircraft launched a missile attack on one of the districts of the Odessa region.
The enemy hit an agricultural enterprise with a cruise missile, and according to preliminary data, two people were injured.