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Ukraine moves missile production abroad after Russian strikes

Ukrainian domestic missiles have already proven themselves on the frontline, hitting Russian positions.
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Ukraine moves missile production abroad after Russian strikes

Ukraine has moved some of its domestic missile production capabilities abroad after Russia struck a facility manufacturing the munitions, said Oleksii Danilov, secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council (RNBO).

What I can say is that, unfortunately, Russia hit the place where these missiles were being assembled. Now we have moved a certain part of production outside our country,” Danilov said in an interview with the Spanish ABC media outlet.

Danilov declined to discuss specifics of Ukraine’s missile program, saying, “It is a closed program, and no one will tell you what state it is in.”

Danilov previously said a Russian S-400 air defense system in Crimea was destroyed on 23 August by a new Ukrainian-made missile. On 31 August, RNBO showed footage of successful tests of Ukrainian-produced weapons.

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