Since the start of the military operation, 164 Ukrainian planes and 125 helicopters have been destroyed, Moscow reported /7/90/756522027906907.jpg” alt=”The Russian Defense Ministry announced the downing of Ukrainian Su-25 and Mi-8″ />
Russian military shot down Ukrainian Su-25 in the area the village of Shirokoye in the Dnipropetrovsk region and the Mi-8 helicopter near the village of Novodmitrovka, Kherson region. This was reported by the Ministry of Defense.
According to the agency, the Russian military also destroyed four Ukrainian drones near the city of Lisichansk in the Donetsk region, Krivoy Rog in the Dnipropetrovsk region and Kulinovka in the Kharkiv region (on the maps of Ukraine such a settlement cannot be found succeeded, it is only in the Belgorod region of Russia).
At the request of Roskomnadzor, RBC provides data on the details of the military operation in Ukraine based on information from Russian official sources.
Operational-tactical and army aviation struck 74 targets, including two command posts, 20 “areas of concentration of human forces and military equipment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine”, two depots of rocket and artillery weapons, the Ministry of Defense said.
Rocket troops and artillery attacked 223 “areas of concentration of manpower and military equipment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.” Three command posts and two ammunition depots were destroyed, 19 units of military equipment were put out of action. According to the Ministry of Defense, more than 100 “nationalists” were killed.
Since the beginning of the military operation, 164 aircraft, 125 helicopters, 798 drones, 302 anti-aircraft missile systems, 2983 tanks and other armored combat vehicles, 351 rocket launchers have been destroyed volley fire, 1440 field artillery guns and mortars, as well as 2796 units of special military vehicles.
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Russia started hostilities in Ukraine on February 24th. President Vladimir Putin said that the purpose of the operation was “denazification” and “demilitarization” Ukraine. Kyiv denied support for the Nazis and plans to attack the Donbass or Crimea. The UN General Assembly demanded that Russia cease fire and withdraw its troops.
The Ministry of Defense published the latest data on losses on March 25. At that time, 1351 Russian soldiers were considered dead, wounded— 3825. According to the department, the losses of the Ukrainian side amounted to about 30 thousand people— 14 thousand dead and about 16 thousand wounded. On April 16, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky estimated losses at 2.5-3 thousand soldiers. About 10 thousand more people were injured, he said.
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