Russian weapons participating in the special operation in Ukraine were evaluated by Yury Borisov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation in charge of the defense industry. He pointed out in an interview with RBC that Russian military equipment “shows itself well” during the special operation in Ukraine.
“Our high-precision weapons work well, one might say, well,” Borisov said. He recalled that the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation hits complex objects in Ukraine with it almost daily.
According to him, “artillery and aviation weapons are performing well.”
He added that the military weapons samples have no serious claims. The declared characteristics are confirmed in practice.
Russia continues to conduct a special military operation. There were reports of civilians leaving the territory of the Azot plant in Severodonetsk. In Zaporozhye and Kherson, the issuance of Russian passports has begun. Germany has announced the timing of the first deliveries of military equipment to Ukraine. The Russian Federation celebrates the Day of Russia.
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