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Russian troops destroyed 1,325 Ukrainian military facilities


Russian troops destroyed 1,325 Ukrainian military facilities

Moscow, Mar 1 (Prensa Latina) Russian Defense Ministry spokesman, major general Igor Konashenkov reported that Russian Armed Forces have already destroyed 1,325 military facilities in Ukraine.
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He said that among these, 43 control points and communication centers, two airfields and three radar posts were disabled with the use of long-range and high-precision air and sea weapons.

Russian army announced that it will attack the technological facilities of the Ukrainian Security Service and the 72nd Main Information and Psychological Operations Center in Kiev to stop cyber attacks against its troops

“We call on Ukrainian citizens summoned by nationalists with the objective of carrying out provocations against Russia, as well as Kiev´s residents that live near the relay nodes to leave their homes”, the statement said.

Konashenkov also stated that the access of the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to the Sea of Azov has been completely blocked since today.

He further explained that the advance detachments of the People’s Militia of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic arrived at the administrative border of that region and joined the Russian troops who took control of the Ukrainian territory along the coast of the Sea of Azov.

According to the quoted military spokesman the troops of the self-proclaimed Lugansk and Donetsk People’s Republics advanced since the beginning of the operation about 61 kilometers and 19 kilometers, respectively, with the support of the Russian units.


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