Danilov: Ukraine has moved part of its missile production abroad

Danilov: Ukraine has moved part of its missile production abroad

According to him, the transfer was caused by the fact that Russia hit one of the assembly sites for such missiles

Danilov: Ukraine has moved part of its missile production abroad

Ukraine has moved part of the production of its long-range missiles outside the country. This happened after the Russian military hit one of the assembly sites for such missiles, National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksiy Danilov told the Spanish newspaper ABC.

He did not specify which facility the Russians hit or when it happened.

"This is a closed program, and no one will tell you what status it is in. What I can tell you is that, unfortunately, Russia has hit the place where these missiles are assembled. We have now moved some of the production out of our country," Danilov said.

The successful use of Ukrainian long-range weapons first became known in late August, when the military-civilian airport in Pskov was attacked. At the time, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced that Ukrainian weapons had hit a target 700 kilometers away. Obviously, this target was the Pskov airport.

On the same day, Danilov posted a video of an unknown missile launch on Facebook. "The missile program of the President of Ukraine in action. The tests were successful, the use is effective. "Sevastopol is waiting, Kamchatka is waiting, Kronstadt is waiting..." P.S. Quiet and singing Ukrainian night," the NSDC Secretary signed the video.

This video was also published by the Luch Design Bureau, a leading developer of missile equipment in Ukraine.

Background. In turn, the head of the Main Intelligence Directorate, Kirill Budanov, said at the time that the Pskov airport was attacked by drones launched from Russian territory.

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