Russia is failing in its terror tactics against Ukraine
Russia wants the last word in the ongoing battles in Ukraine, and with talk of missiles, it is responding with more than eighty missiles to Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities, two days after an explosion damaged a strategic bridge linking Russia with the Crimea.
Do the recent strikes reveal a different combat strategy, with the appointment of new commanders for the battles in eastern Ukraine? And what defensive strategies for Kiev, which says it shot down half of the Russian missiles? For Sky News Arabia Executive Director of the Foundation for Democratic Initiatives Petro Burkovsky from Kyiv explains elements of Russian terror tactics and its origins from Putin's crimes against Russians and Chechens in 1999, Russian attacks against Ukrainian cultural heritage and failures of the massive missiles attacks since 24 February.