By Peter McLaren-Kennedy • 11 February 2023 • 16:42
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Igor Konashenkov, a spokesperson for the ministry, told the Tass news agency on Saturday, February 11, that “During February 10, the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation inflicted a massive strike with high-precision long-range air-, sea- and land-based weapons, as well as unmanned aerial vehicles on critical energy system facilities that ensure the functioning of enterprises of the military-industrial complex and the transport system of Ukraine.”
He continued saying that the goals of the strike had been achieved adding that: “All designated objects are affected. The work of energy-intensive industries of the military-industrial complex has been stopped.
“The transfer of foreign weapons, ammunition and reserves by rail to the areas of hostilities has also been blocked.”
The claim that Russia´s air strike had brought Ukraine´s defence industry down has not been independently verified and has not been reported by any press other than the official channels in Russia.
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