Crimean bridge awaits the fate of “Boyko’s towers” – Arestovich

The first part of the Crimean bridge passes through the territorial waters of Ukraine, said Arestovich.

Currently, Ukraine uses missiles to HIMARS with a range of up to 80 km / REUTERS
Currently, Ukraine uses missiles to HIMARS with a range of up to 80 km / REUTERS

The Crimean bridge was illegally built by Russia in the territorial waters of Ukraine and is considered Ukrainian territory.

Aleksey Arestovich, adviser to the head of the Presidential Administration, spoke about this in an interview with Feigin, commenting on Ukraine’s promise to Western partners not to hit Russia with weapons provided by the United States and Europe.

On the Crimean bridge, Arestovich explained, this restriction does not apply. play video

“Don’t hit the Russian Federation? So let’s not hit. We have enough targets on the territory of Ukraine. The first part of the Crimean bridge passes through the territorial waters of Ukraine. This is our territory,” he said.

Arestovich added that “all sorts of troubles could happen to the Crimean bridge”: “This is an illegal structure built in the territorial waters of Ukraine. Boyko’s towers were illegally seized … what happened to them? The Crimean bridge will face the same fate.”

(C)UNIAN 2022

5 comments

  1. “Don’t hit the Russian Federation? So let’s not hit. We have enough targets on the territory of Ukraine. The first part of the Crimean bridge passes through the territorial waters of Ukraine. This is our territory,”

    It’s a legitimate target, 100%!

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    • If Ukraine were to hit, say, Moscow, Putin would probably announce full mobilization. The Kerch Bridge, is a legit target as well, and needs to be taken out for tactical reasons.

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  2. Ukraine didn’t say they wouldn’t hit ruzzia with every allied weapon provided to the best of my knowledge, that promise only applied to the HIMARS. Which I believe UAF should be able to blast the demonic orcs to hades wherever they hide or operate from.

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