HS KinZhal Deployed in Destruction of Ukie Army’s Fuel Base


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topwar.ru – Russia will continue to strike with precision weapons on the military infrastructure of Ukraine. According to the Ministry of Defense, on the evening of March 19 and on the morning of March 20, the Russian Armed Forces attacked a number of Ukrainian military facilities.

According to the report, the Russian military used the Kinzhal hypersonic system for the second time, this time to strike at a large military fuel base of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. At the same time, Caliber cruise missiles were tested on the same base. It is emphasized that the base from which the main supplies of fuels and lubricants for Ukrainian armored vehicles in the south of Ukraine were carried out was located in the area of ​\uXNUMXb\uXNUMXbthe settlement of Konstantinovka in the Nikolaev region.

It is noted that the Kinzhal hypersonic complex was used from the airspace over the Crimea, and the Caliber fired ships from the Caspian Sea.

But the blows didn’t end there. Ships of the Black Sea fleet also struck with “Caliber”, but at a repair plant in the city of Nizhyn, Chernihiv region. The strike destroyed workshops for the repair of Ukrainian armored vehicles.

The destruction of mercenaries continues, the Ministry of Defense earlier promised that it would strike with high-precision weapons at places of accumulation of foreign fighters and keeps its word. This time it “flew” to the training center of the Ukrainian Special Operation Forces near Zhytomyr. According to the military department, more than 100 foreign mercenaries have been killed.

High-precision air-launched missiles struck at the training center for special operations forces of the Ukrainian armed forces, where foreign mercenaries who arrived in Ukraine were based, near the settlement of Ovruch, Zhytomyr region

– declared Konashenkov.

Source: topwar.ru


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