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The Russian Defense Ministry announced a successful attack on the Dnepr airfield

Date: April 24, 2024 Time: 08:38:55

The Russian Defense Ministry announced a group attack with long-range, high-precision air-dropped weapons on the Dnepr airfield facility.

“The goal has been reached. All assigned objects have been destroyed. As a result of the attack, hangars with weapons and ammunition, aviation equipment, as well as a technical position for preparing missiles were hit,” Igor Konashenkov, an official representative of the Russian Defense Ministry, said at a recent press conference.

Lieutenant General also informed the media about the losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine per day: up to 50 Ukrainian servicemen were killed in the Kupyansky direction, up to 55 in Krasno-Limansky, up to 270 Ukrainian servicemen in Donetsk, more than 150 in the southern Donetsk and Zaporozhye, more than 20 in Kherson.

In addition to 545 mercenaries of the Kiev regime, our soldiers eliminated: four Ukrainian sabotage and reconnaissance groups, ammunition depots of the 103 and 123 territorial defense brigades, an ammunition depot of the 65 mechanized brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, as well as dozens of enemy tanks, armored vehicles and pickup trucks.

Meanwhile, operational-tactical and army aviation, artillery of troop groups of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation during the day hit 98 artillery units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in firing positions, manpower and equipment military in 107 districts.

Konashenkov highlighted the combat work of the air defense units, which one Mi-8 helicopter of the Ukrainian Air Force, five HIMARS multiple launch rockets and 17 Ukrainian drones were shot down in one day.

BATTLE SUMMARY

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

428 – aircraft.

235 – helicopters.

4262 – unmanned aerial vehicles.

424 – anti-aircraft missile systems.

9257 – tanks and other armored fighting vehicles.

1100 – combat vehicles of multiple launch rocket systems.

4881 – Field artillery gun and mortar.

10379 – units of special military vehicles.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
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