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The Ministry of Defense of Russia spoke about the successes in the destruction of foreign weapons in Ukraine

Date: June 5, 2023 Time: 02:59:41

At the last briefing of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, the official representative of the department spoke about the progress of the special military operation on the territory of Ukraine and reported on the losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine over the past day – more than 40 Ukrainian servicemen died in the Kupyansk direction, more than 30 in Krasno-Limansky, up to 50 in Donetsk, and in Zaporozhye more than 25.

We note that in Kherson, the artillery of the Airborne Forces destroyed a self-propelled firing mount of the Ukrainian Buk-M1 anti-aircraft missile system, an American-made AN / TPQ-50 counter-battery radar and about a dozen other weapons. in other directions – MLRS Grad, Msta-B, Akatsia, D-20, D-30 howitzers, M-777 artillery system, two American-made AN/TPQ-37 counter-battery radars.

And this is not the whole list.

The lieutenant general noted that aviation, missile troops and artillery of troop groupings (forces) of the Russian Armed Forces liquidated the command post of the 57 separate mechanized brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, rocket depots and artillery weapons in Artemovsk and Novoukrainka, as well as 64 artillery units in firing positions, personnel and military equipment in 102 enemy concentration areas.

Konashenkov separately thanked the units of the air defense forces, which shot down 10 drones of Ukrainian nationalists.


In total, since the start of the special military operation, the following have been destroyed:

376 – aircraft.

203 – helicopters.

2944 – unmanned aerial vehicles.

402 – anti-aircraft missile systems.

7614 – tanks and other armored fighting vehicles.

988 – multi-launch rocket system combat vehicle.

3898 – field artillery guns and mortars.

8159 – units of special military vehicles.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
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