In an interview with RBC, the Deputy Prime Minister in charge of the defense complex highlighted the work of Russian high-precision weapons and spoke about the conclusions drawn almost four months after the start of Russia's special military operation in Ukraine
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Russian military equipment during the special operation in Ukraine “shows itself well”, Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov, who oversees the defense industry, said in an interview with RBC TV.
Watch the full interview on RBC on June 13 at 10:30 Moscow time
“We are always very kind to our army and wish it the best achievements and success in this difficult situation. Defenders are always there, they analyze all the characteristics of weapons,— Borisov said. According to him, there are no serious complaints from the Ministry of Defense regarding weapons models. Fighting— this is a real platform where the declared characteristics are already proven and confirmed in practice, the Deputy Prime Minister noted.
“Not bad, well, one might say, our high-precision weapons work. We hear in the daily reports of the Ministry of Defense about the destruction of complex objects. Artillery, aviation means of destruction show themselves well, & mdash; Borisov added.
When asked by RBC what conclusions were drawn after almost four months of the special operation, Borisov replied that “wars are becoming different.” and “it's impossible to predict everything.” The Deputy Prime Minister also said that the era of high-precision weapons is coming, since all armies are interested in saving the lives of their soldiers. To do this, it is necessary to increase and build up firepower in order to disable the infrastructure and main forces of the enemy even before direct contacts, Borisov noted.
“I think that there is more and more use of robotic means, not only aviation, but also ground, and sea, and surface, and underwater. This weapon is based on the so-called new physical principles. This is a laser theme, electromagnetic weapons. This is the weapon of the future,— summed up the Deputy Prime Minister.
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How Russia is fighting in Ukraine
Russia involved all types and types of the Armed Forces in the military special operation in Ukraine, with the exception of the “nuclear triad”, the RIA Novosti observer noted. Andrew Kots. He pointed out that the T-72B of the 1989 model, the T-72B3, as well as the modern T-80BVM and T-90M were involved in the tanks. The latest T-14 “Armata” have not yet taken part in hostilities, the article says. Of the infantry fighting vehicles, the BMP-1, BMP-2 and BMP-3 are mainly used. BTR-82A armored personnel carriers, Typhoon-U trucks and “Typhoon-K”, SUVs “Tiger” and airborne combat vehicles BMD-4M. Various artillery mounts participate in the special operation— from 120mm mortars to heavy 203mm 2S7M Malka self-propelled guns. Their fire is adjusted from reconnaissance drones.
Rocket artillery is widely used: MLRS “Tornado-G”; and “Tornado-S”, heavy flamethrower systems TOS-1 “Pinocchio” and TOS-1A «Solntsepek»,— as well as the latest engineering remote mining vehicle “Agriculture”, which was first shown to the general public in Moscow at the Victory Parade in 2020. Targets at long distances hit Iskander operational-tactical missile systems. and in some cases coastal missile systems “Bastion”.
Aviation involved modern Su-30SM and Su-35 fighters, as well as MiG-31K interceptor fighters with hypersonic aeroballistic “Daggers”. Helicopters Ka-52 and Mi-28N also participate in the operation. Their guided missiles “Whirlwind” and “Attack” cope with armored vehicles, and the onboard defense system protects well from MANPADS.
The use of Inohodets drones has been recorded, the production of which will soon be launched in Dubna near Moscow. Anti-aircraft missile systems “Tor-M2”, “Buk”, S-400 and air defense systems “Pantsir-S” are used.
groupings. Ships almost daily hit with winged “Caliber” on Ukrainian positions.
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