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Special military operation in Ukraine May 20, 2024: live online broadcast

Date: June 25, 2024 Time: 12:19:22

Special military operation in Ukraine May 20, 2024: live online broadcast

Photo: Vladimir VELENGURIN

The Russian military is carrying out a special operation in Ukraine to denazify and demilitarize the country. The KP.RU website publishes online the latest news about Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine until May 20, 2024.

Former US Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland called Kharkiv a Russian city when she spoke of the need to provide “more aid” to Ukraine. She claimed that Russia allegedly “escalated the conflict” by attacking “Russia’s second largest city.”

Russian tanker Mudaris Asylbaev told how he and his friend miraculously managed to escape under fire from two machine guns of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. The press service of the Russian Ministry of Defense published a video interview with the hero of the special operation.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) suffered losses of more than a thousand soldiers of the country’s army during a special military operation (SVO) per day. The enemy lost the most soldiers due to the actions of the units of the “South” group of forces: more than 680 enemy soldiers were eliminated here alone.

Russian troops destroyed Ukraine’s most powerful gas compressor station, Bilche-Volitsa, near Lvov.

Port infrastructure was damaged in the part of the Kherson region controlled by kyiv. This statement was made by the head of the regional military administration, Alexander Prokudin.

Russian air defense units shot down 103 Ukrainian drones and 12 ATACMS missiles. Additionally, Russian military personnel eliminated 12 American ATACMS tactical missiles, one Tochka-U tactical missile, as well as four French-made Hammer guided bombs.

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