8 cruise missiles hitting Ukraine cost Russia $100 million

Russia spent nearly $100 million in attacks on Ukraine in one day, using its eight cruise missiles, Forbes Ukraine reported.

The Kh-101 (Kh-555) missiles were aimed at Kyiv on Tuesday.

The Kh-101 missile costs $13 million, a Kalibr $6.5 million, an Iskander $3 million, an Onyx $1.25 million, a Kh-22 $1 million and a Tochka-U $0.3 million $91 million.

“Putin is sending Russia into poverty with his criminal war instead of investing in its future. Oleh Nikolenko, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, continued to write Twitter.

Kharkiv was hit by Russian missiles launched from Belgorod on Wednesday. A civilian industrial facility was reportedly damaged in the strike.

In addition, Moscow shelled the Mykolaiv, Sumy, Dnipropetrovsk and Chernihiv regions. Pavlo Kyrylenko, the governor of Donetsk region, said Thursday that at least eight people were killed and four wounded in a Russian artillery shelling in the eastern Ukrainian city of Toretsk. Three children were among the injured.

Andriy Yermak, Ukraine’s president’s chief of staff, said it was “another terrorist act” by Russia, Al Jazeera reported. The governors of Mykolaiv, Kharkiv and Dnipropetrovsk also reported that their areas came under fire from Russian forces overnight on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Thursday that Russia must not win the war in Ukraine.

“It is in our interest that this type of aggressive policy does not succeed,” Stoltenberg said in a speech in his native Norway. “If President (Vladimir) Putin even thinks about doing something similar to a NATO country like he did to Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine, then immediately the whole of NATO will be involved.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy attended a meeting with chiefs of staff of the military and security forces on “urgent security issues” on Thursday. According to Pravda, the first point of discussion related to the state’s provision of necessary arms and military equipment to the defense forces as the war in Ukraine has been ongoing for more than five months.


Photo: AFP / SERGEY BOBOK 8 cruise missiles hitting Ukraine cost Russia $100 million

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