Retired general: Here’s what Russia hopes to accomplish with missile attack

Russia’s latest attacks on Ukraine damaged power facilities and left key regions with limited electricity supply, a top Ukrainian official said in an update.
Even though the country’s air defenses shot down many missiles from the Russian barrage, “some of them hit several power facilities,” said Kyrylo Tymoshenko, deputy head of the Office of the President of Ukraine. CNN military analyst Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.) explains the purpose of Russia’s targeting of civilian infrastructure.
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