Ukrainian Chief Intelligence Directorate explains why Russia’s mass missile strikes halt.
Defense Intelligence believes that the Russian Federation is preparing for the next large-scale missile attack, accumulating rockets, exploring new targets and gathering intelligence.
Ukrainian Chief Intelligence Directorate official Vadym Skibitskyi reports that new intelligence is being gathered on the infrastructure that has been targeted before.
It is a classic approach: they study the regions and targets that will be attacked.
Lastly, missiles are being prepared for deployment. This takes time.
Considering that the Russian reserve of missiles dwindles, forcing them to use old, Soviet-produced missiles, maintenance is required before utilizing them.
Russians shell Kherson Art Museum.
The Russians shelled the Oleksii Shovkunenko Kherson Art Museum on the morning of 30 November 2022.
It is reported by Oleksandr Tkachenko, Ukraine's Minister of Culture and Information Policy.
Windows were blown out, and walls were broken after the shelling of the museum.
"It's so Russian to fight against museums and hospitals. What they don't steal, they destroy," Oleksandr Tkachenko wrote.
Russia plans the next wave of mobilization for January and February.
According to Ukrainian military intelligence, Russia is set to launch a new wave of mobilization of men liable for military service in January next year, in addition to forcing students at military higher education institutions to graduate early because of the army’s significant losses on the front.
To replenish current losses in units of the Russian occupation forces, early graduation is planned for students at military higher education institutions in the Russian Federation in the first quarter of 2023.
Moreover, preparations are underway for the next wave of mobilization in the Russian Federation, scheduled for January and February 2023.