She refers to it as the enemy’s attempt to " rattle the sabre".
The Russian aggressor state may out extra pressure on Ukraine by spreading rumors about upcoming "decisive missile strike" for the purpose of intimidating the population, as Natalia Humeniuk, he Head of Coordination Headquarters of Press Center of Ukrainian Southern Defence Forces, said during the national TV marathon.
She referred to it as an element of hybrid warfare, information pressure and the enemy’s attempt to " rattle the sabre". Humeniuk also stressed that the AFU knows how many missiles of which class the Russian Federation had left in stock.
"We understand that they are capable of using them to the fullest extent possible. Still, we also realize that they experience many issues due to the wear and tear of production capacities used to manufacture missiles, and our analysts also consider all these indications. The artificial energy crisis they have caused is outing insane psychological pressure on our population, when people are stressed and looking for a good moment to vent their discontent," Humeniuk added.
According to her, the Ukrainian military promptly identifies any missile launchers or other enemy delivery vehicles used for attacks, so that Ukrainians are ready for a massive missile attack.
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