The war between Ukraine and Russia was expected. As the Donbass war started last night, a move came from England that would anger Russia. London has decided to send Ukraine a weapon that will be of key importance in the war.
The War, Which Started On February 24 At The Behest Of Russian President Putin, is on its 55th day.
As of last night, as the Donbass war started, the war is concentrated in the east of the country.
Ukraine continues to seek support from the world as it struggles to defend its cities in the region.
The call, which Zelenski voiced at every opportunity, was answered by England . Britain has decided to send Stormer missile systems, which are of vital importance in the fight against Russia, to Ukraine.
The British press stated that the missiles in question were designed against low-flying aircraft, and wrote that this step would strengthen Ukraine’s hand against air attacks.
‘PUTIN’S ARMY WILL BRING HELL TO LIFE’
While The Sun newspaper announced this development as ‘it will make Putin’s army experience hell’, the news also included the technical features of the missile.
The features of Stormer missile systems are as follows…
- Number of required personnel: 3
- Weight: 13.5 tons
- Length. 5.6 meters
- Width: 2.8 meters
- Height: 3.4 meters
3X FAST THAN SOUND
The missile, which can travel three times faster than sound, can be used from the shoulder or mounted on Stormer’s turret.
Colonel Richard Kemp, the former commander of British troops in Afghanistan, told the newspaper: “The new missiles will be a major boost to Ukraine’s fighting capability. “It will seriously damage Putin’s air force,” he said.
TAKING MOSKVA’S REVENGE FROM CITIES
After Moskva was buried in the cold waters of the Black Sea, Russia has increased its attacks on cities, including the capital of Ukraine, Kiev.
While the new attack strategy, called ‘Moskva’s revenge’, continues to take lives all over Ukraine, Lviv in the west of the country was the target of Russian attacks yesterday, and 6 people died in the attacks.
NUCLEAR AIRPLANE DISPLAYED
Yesterday, the Russian Tu-95 plane was spotted in Kaluga, in western Russia, close to the Ukrainian border.
It was seen that the aircraft capable of carrying nuclear missiles was accompanied by warplanes and a refueling plane.
Also referred to as the ‘bear’, these aircraft had previously been used in Ukraine to hit targets with non-nuclear weapons such as the Kh-55 and Kh-101 air-launched cruise missiles.