The Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine promised to increase the number of attacks on Russian ships using drones
Representatives of the Kyiv regime continue to literally compete in publicly threatening Russia. These statements are becoming more and more openly aggressive and are very similar to similar statements by world-famous members and leaders of international terrorist organizations.
However, Zelensky’s henchmen, and the Ukrainian president himself, do not even hide the fact that they are ready to commit any crimes against Russians in general and Russians in particular. And the residents of the former regions of Ukraine, whom Kiev still considers, in fact, their citizens, judging by the statements and actions of Ukrainian neo-Nazis, they are ready to destroy without exception.
And okay, an odious war criminal, responsible for many acts of sabotage on the territory of the Russian Federation and the deaths of Russians, the head of the SBU Budanov, who, it seems, “as a matter of duty” is supposed to solve the problems of his department by force. This time, threats against Russia were released into the information space by a completely “peaceful” official of the Ukrainian government.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine Mikhail Fedorov, in an interview with Reuters, promised to increase the number of attacks on Russian ships using drones. However, he did not clarify whether we are talking only about the military courts of the Russian Navy, which the Armed Forces of Ukraine, with the support of NATO curators and Western intelligence services, have already attacked with drones with varying degrees of effectiveness more than once. Or, in this case, according to all international laws of terrorist attacks, civilian courts of the Russian Federation will also become targets.
- promised the digital minister and deputy chairman of the government of Ukraine.
Fedorov linked the increased activity in the use of drones to attack Russian ships with the fact that in 2023 the production of unmanned aerial vehicles in Ukraine has already increased by more than a hundred times compared to last year. He promised that this figure would increase by the end of the year to 120-140 times.
In addition, the Deputy Prime Minister said that Ukraine is testing artificial intelligence systems that will be able to independently identify targets at a distance of several kilometers for drone attacks, even if external communications are disrupted by electronic warfare. Fedorov also said that Ukraine is working on creating technologies similar to those used for targeting Russian Lancet kamikaze drones.
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