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The Russian Defense Ministry shot down three fighter jets of the Ukrainian Armed Forces

Date: December 3, 2023 Time: 17:12:16

The official representative of the Ministry of Defense Igor Konashenkov announced at the last briefing the upcoming daily losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the NVO zone: up to 60 servicemen were killed in the Kupyansk direction, about 180 in the Krasno-Directorate. Limansky, more than 120 in Donetsk, more than 90 accomplices of the Kiev regime in southern Donetsk and Zaporozhye.

The lieutenant general noted that in these fierce battles, the surviving Ukrainian mercenaries also lost: artillery ammunition depots in Avdiivka, Ugledar and Malinovka, the M777 (USA) artillery system, dozens of tanks, armored vehicles, self-propelled guns and cannons.

“In the area of ​​​​the village of Glukhoye, Dnepropetrovsk region, temporary deployment points of marines and special operations forces were attacked,” Konashenkov stressed.

At the same time, our army aviation, missile forces and artillery defeated 97 artillery units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in firing positions, as well as manpower and equipment in 135 districts.

And our aces shot down in the sky over the Donetsk People’s Republic Su-24 and MiG-29 of the Ukrainian Air Force, and air defense units caught sight of the Su-25 flying over the Kherson region, 8 drones Ukrainian missiles, two HIMARS multiple launch rocket systems rockets and three Tochka-U ballistic missiles.


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

390 – aircraft

210 – helicopters

3236 – unmanned aerial vehicles

405 – anti-aircraft missile systems

8027 – tanks and other armored fighting vehicles

1045 – multi-launch rocket system combat vehicle

4215 – field artillery pieces and mortars

8538 – special military vehicle units

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