The Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine announced that the Russian military could launch a massive missile attack on Ukraine during the G20 leaders' summit, which will be held in Bali on November 15-16. Yuriy Ignat, the spokesman of the PS command, announced this on the air of a nationwide telethon.
"You know, and events are approaching, and the summit of the Group of Twenty. They really like to conduct some kind of provocations on such days," Ignat said.
According to him, the Russian Federation is accumulating "some forces and means" for the attack.
"...They are waiting for their companies to release those missiles. This applies to the Kalibrs and possibly the Iskanders, as well as the Kh-101 missiles. Those missiles that were before the full-scale invasion, they were made for years, stored, transported, placed, checked. This is a very complex technological process - making a rocket is not done in one day, but in two," said the spokesman.
He also noted that the Russian military has already fired an "unbelievable number of missiles" over Ukraine and cannot afford to constantly fire the same volleys as on October 10 and other dates of large-scale shelling.