The Russian Federation refuses massive attacks: the Armed Forces of Ukraine announced the new tactics of the Russians

Most likely, the occupants will continue to prioritize energy infrastructure facilities.

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The Russian military is abandoning the tactics of launching massive missile attacks and are starting to use pinpoint strikes.

“Enemy tactics are now in a state of search. They are selecting what from what has already been used can work, because massive missile attacks are already a thing of the past, they do not have such a potential to launch 50-70-80 missiles at once, – this is already a very senseless step, but it is impossible to rule it out in absolute terms,” ​​said Natalya Gumenyuk, head of the Joint Coordinating Press Center of the Southern Defense Forces, on the air of the information telethon.

She added that the Russian invaders would “obviously” use targeted attacks – either rocket or drone.

“Most likely, energy infrastructure facilities will remain a priority,” Gumenyuk said.

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As UNIAN reported earlier, the last time the Russians carried out a massive missile attack on Ukraine was on March 9, it lasted more than 6 hours.

On March 21, the enemy launched a missile attack on the Odessa region. Three X-59 air-to-surface guided missiles were fired by Su-35 fighters from the direction of the Black Sea. Two missiles were shot down by air defense forces, one hit the three-story building of the monastery of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate.

On the night of March 24, the Russian Federation attacked Ukraine with Shahed-136/131 strike drones and guided aerial bombs. Drones were launched from the northeast, they attacked Krivoy Rog and the Sumy region.

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