Russia Denies that the Russian forces attacked the station. According to the Ministry of Defense, the attack was carried out with a Tochka-U missile used by Ukraine, which had previously been used in an attack on the center of Donetsk in mid-March. Then 17 people were killed. It is said that Ukraine used this type of missile when it recently set fire to a Russian military transport ship in the occupied port of Berdyansk. According to Moscow, this type of missile was replaced domestically in 2019 by more modern missiles.
According to Ukraine, the station in Kramatorsk was hit by missiles of this type SS-21 Tochka Yu. It is a Soviet-era short-range ballistic missile that can carry conventional, chemical and nuclear payloads, as well as cluster munitions. From data from the American Thought Foundation CSIS (Center for Strategic and International Studies) in Washington, it seems that Russia has such missiles, just like Ukraine, Belarus, Syria and North Korea. Russia will now replace it with more modern Iskander-M missiles, but this does not exclude the use of old stocks in Ukraine. †Read more below the picture†
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