"As part of the special military operation in Ukraine, the Russian military aviation has started to use new light multi-purpose guided missiles ‘305’. The missiles are fired from Mi-28NM attack helicopters against important targets of the Ukrainian troops, such as warehouses with ammunition and fuel," the source said.
According to the source, the new Russian "305" missiles have a high accuracy in hitting targets with a deviation from the aiming line of no more than two meters (6.5 feet).
"They are seeking what they announced a long time ago, that Russia should know its place, Russia has no right to its own voice in international affairs, Russia must comply with the rules that the US has made up. I think, they understand perfectly well that they will not succeed," Lavrov told the Rossiya 1 broadcaster.
"[President Joe Biden] has asked for all suppliers around the globe to increase production. That includes OPEC, that includes our domestic oil and gas producers," Jennifer Granholm told CNN's State of the Union show.
Granholm said she understood that Biden would also meet one-on-one with Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, even though the Saudi royal family is accused of a role in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Granholm also said she would be meeting with chief executives of oil and gas companies in the coming week to discuss the lack of processing capacities at US oil refineries.
"I expect the economy to slow," she told ABC News' This Week show, "but I don't think a recession is at all inevitable."
"Clearly, inflation is unacceptably high," Yellen continued. "It's President [Joe] Biden's top priority to bring it down," she added.
Yellen explained that the reasons behind the recent inflation hike were global rather than local, and that they would not disappear overnight.