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Russia reports significant strikes against the Ukrainian army

The Russian Defense Ministry has issued a statement on the developments on the battlefields in Ukraine, stating that the Russian army has accomplised significant strikes against the Ukrainian army

Russia reports significant strikes against the Ukrainian army
PHOTO: MIL.RU (RUSSIAN MOD)

“The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation continue the special military operation. On the night of Monday, March 28, high-precision cruise missiles destroyed a large fuel base near Klevan, in the Rivne region. “This base was used to supply Ukrainian forces,” the Russian ministry said.

“The Russian air force destroyed 3 Ukrainian UAVs during the night in the area of ​​Chernobayevka settlement. During the night, 68 Ukrainian military installations were hit by the air force.

Russia reports significant strikes against the Ukrainian army
PHOTO: © Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation (MIL.RU)

“Among them: three checkpoints, four anti-aircraft systems, including three Buk-M1 and one Osa, a radar station, five rocket launchers, two ammunition depots, three fuel depots and 19 Ukrainian army equipment collection points,” the statement concluded.

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