Vladimir Putin announced Russia's tough strikes on infrastructure facilities in Ukraine

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Vladimir Putin announced Russia's tough strikes on infrastructure facilities in Ukraine
Vladimir Putin announced Russia's tough strikes on infrastructure facilities in Ukraine
10 October, 14:21In the world
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned against attempts to carry out terrorist attacks on the country's territory and threatened with a harsh response to these actions.

"This morning, at the suggestion of the Ministry of Defense and the plan of the General Staff, a massive strike was inflicted by high-precision long-range weapons of air, sea and land-based systems on energy, military command and communications facilities of Ukraine. If attempts to carry out terrorist attacks on our territory continue, responses from Russia will be tough and in their own scale will correspond to the level of threats posed by the Russian Federation. No one should have any doubts about this," the Russian president said.

Vladimir Putin said that the Kiev regime is responsible for the explosion on the Crimean bridge. According to the President, the results of the examinations confirm that the October 8 explosion on the bridge was a terrorist attack aimed at destroying critical civilian infrastructure. The Ukrainian special services were the customers of this terrorist act, RIA Novosti writes .

The Russian president also accused Ukraine of numerous attacks on the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, repeated sabotage at the Kursk nuclear power plant, and attempts to blow up one of the sections of the Turkish Stream.

"It is simply impossible to leave crimes of this kind unanswered," the Russian president said, adding that by such actions the Kyiv regime puts itself on a par with international terrorist groups.

Recall that on Monday morning, October 10, the media reported on numerous missile attacks on Ukraine. An air alert has been declared throughout the country. Lines of the Kyiv metro closed. The metropolitan subway is used for shelter. There were power outages in a number of cities. Railroad damaged.

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