Russia claims to have sh.ot down Su-24, hit.ting 200 Ukrainian military targets

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Russian com.bat aircraft, mis.siles, and artillery troops struck over 220 Ukrainian military targets in the past day in their special military operation in Ukraine.

“In the past 24 hours, operational-tactical and army aviation aircraft, mis.sile and artillery troops hit two command posts, 63 artillery units at fir.ing positions, man.power and mili.tary equipment in 156 areas,” Defense Ministry Spokesman Lieutenant-General Igor Konashenkov reported on October 14.

Konashenkov specified that The stri.kes wiped out six Ukrainian amm.unition and mis.sile/artillery armament depots near the settlements of Kupyansk in the Kharkov Region, Krasnoye, Novosyolovka Pervaya in the Donetsk People’s Republic, Gulyaipole in the Zaporozhye Region, Kalinovka and Novoaleksandrovka in the Nikolayev Region.

Com.bat aircraft of the Russian Aerospace Forces shot down a Su-24 bom.ber of the Ukrainian Air Force in the Nikolayev Region, Konashenkov reported. He also added that Russia’s precision stri.kes wiped out a Ukrainian army arsenal in Brody in the Lvov Region that stored Western-supplied wea.pons, Konashenkov said.

In the past 24 hours, Russian air defense forces shot down 15 Ukrainian unmanned aerial vehicles and destroyed 14 HIMARS and Olkha roc.kets in the past day in their special military operation in Ukraine.

“In addition, they shot down 14 roc.kets of the HIMARS and Olkha multiple launch roc.ket systems in the areas of the settlements of Tomarino, Otradokamenka, Novaya Kakhovka, Verovka and Vesyoloye in the Kherson Region,” the general added.

In all, the Russian Armed Forces have destroyed 322 Ukrainian com.bat aircraft, 161 helicopters, 2,226 unmanned aerial vehicles, 380 surface-to-air mis.sile systems, 5,753 ta.nks and other com.bat armored vehicles, 869 multiple roc.ket launchers, 3,473 field artillery guns and mortars, 6,560 special military motor vehicles since the beginning of their special military operation in Ukraine, Konashenkov reported.

President Vladimir Putin on October 10 confirmed that Russia had a large-scale att.ack on essential Ukrainian infrastructures such as energy facilities, power stations, military command centers, and telecommunications infrastructure in Ukraine. The Russian Defense Ministry said the raid on a series of Ukrainian cities was carried out with high-precision long-range wea.pons. Furthermore, the agency confirmed that the att.ack hit all the targets.

A day later, Russia continued to att.ack critical infrastructure targets across Ukraine. This att.ack could be considered the most significant Russian att.ack since the beginning of the military campaign. According to Ukrainian authorities, more than 30% of the country’s energy infrastructure was damaged. Kiev believes that Russia’s new ambush tactic is to do as much damage as possible to Ukraine, making the cold winter even more challenging for Ukraine.

President Vladimir Putin said on October 14 that Russia does not need to carry out large-scale ra.ids on Ukraine now because Moscow has other plans. However, the owner of the Kremlin also affirmed that Russia does not want to des.troy Ukraine.

 

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