Rocket strikes on Ukraine – CPD compared the number of targets hit by the enemy

Since February 24, the Russian army has attacked civilian targets 60 times more often than military ones. Such statistics leads Center for counteracting disinformation under the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine.

In figures, this is 17.3 thousand strikes on civilian targets and 300 on military ones. First of all, the civilian infrastructure of cities located along the front line is under attack.

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The CPD suggested that the Kremlin hopes to break the resistance of the population with mass attacks, showing that the struggle does not make sense. And also on the direction of aggression against the legitimate authorities:

“The Kremlin is counting on the shelling to encourage local residents to stop resisting and oppose the ‘Kyiv regime’,” analysts say.

The “scorched earth” tactics replaced the Russian army’s failed bet on mobile penetration teams deep into the country,” the CPI says.

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Detailing the objects of Russian attacks in the sphere, the report of the institute states that more than 830 medical institutions, 2129 educational institutions and more than 530 cultural objects have been damaged in the country.

Analysts also conclude that one of the important reasons for “arrivals” on civilian targets is the low accuracy of Russian weapons, the use of outdated or false data:

“Russia has practically no high-precision weapons in service – more than 70% of enemy missiles do not hit their intended targets,” the report says.

According to the Center, more than 50% of the entire housing stock in Mariupol, Kharkov, Chernigov, Bucha, Severodonetsk and Lysichansk is currently damaged or destroyed. And 3.5 million people were left without housing, which is about 8% of the population of the entire country.

The other day, a military expert and a colonel in the reserve of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said, will the air defense of Ukraine be able to shoot down a nuclear missile.

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