The Chief Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine says the Russian warplanes have trained mass air strikes on strategic facilities on the territory of Ukraine. Vadym Skibytskyi, the spokesperson of the Chief Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense, announced this at a news briefing, Ukrainian News Agency reports. "On October 26, within obligations of the Republic of Belarus in the frames of the union state, Russia warplanes trained in the air space of Belarus mass air strikes on strategic facilities on the territory of Ukraine," he said. Vadym Skibytskyi said Russia involved in the exercises A-50U planes, strategic bomber Tu-22M3 of the Russian Military Space Forces, two tactical bombers Su-34. Vadym Skibytskyi says Russia has enhanced reconnaissance to detect changes in the antiterrorist operation forces and the Ukrainian army on the whole. On October 25-26, aerial spies Il-20 and Su-24 of the armed forces of the Russian Federation were detected in the air over the Black Sea and the Azov Sea. They have capacities to perform reconnaissance 400 kilometers. Vadym Skibytskyi says militants have enhanced the use of drones in the antiterrorist operation zone. Eight drones have been registered there since October 21. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the Chief Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine says 35,000 militants and 6,000 career military men of the Russian Federation are in the occupied territories in Donetsk and Luhansk regions.