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Russia strikes Ukrainian Targets with Onyx Missiles

A new statement was issued by the Russian Ministry of Defense regarding a strike of the Russian army against the Ukrainian armed forces.

Russia strike Ukrainian Targets with Onyx Missiles
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“During the special military operation, the Russian Armed Forces carried out another high-precision strike against the military infrastructure of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

“The crew of the coastal missile system Bastion from the Black Sea coast launched two high-precision Onyx missiles at designated ground targets on the territory of Ukraine,” the Russian Ministry of Defense stated.

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, “the coastal missile system Bastion is designed to strike surface ships, as well as ground targets even in conditions of intense electronic countermeasures.”

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