Long-range UAVs have already been used against Russians, says Ukrainian defender
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Moscow downtown, November 7, 2022
"In fact, Ukrainian 'shaheds' (for discussion purposes), long-range strike drones, have long been used against Russian troops, against Russian targets, especially in Crimea, deep in enemy-held areas and in Russian Federation territory," Kasyanov explained.
"It just doesn't always go public for various reasons, including confidentiality."
Also, says the volunteer, Russia is not always willing to admit that it was hit by long-range Ukrainian UAVs:
"It's painful for their society. This is a 'great empire' and this is where Ukraine strikes. Soon our 'shaheds' will fly to Moscow and organize something for them as they organize for us in Kyiv.”
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On October 17, the state defense company Ukroboronprom announced that it was completing the development of a Ukrainian attack drone.
“Range - 1,000 km, weight of the warhead - 75 kg. We're completing the development," the project update said on Facebook at the time.
On the same day, the Come Back Alive Foundation reported on social media that together with the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, it is preparing a project pilot called “Cotton in Moscow”.
Ukroboronprom later said they could present a Ukrainian attack drone to the military by the end of the year.
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