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Russia destroyed 26 Ukrainian military targets, according to Moscow

Russia destroyed 26 Ukrainian military targets, according to Moscow

Moscow, Apr 24 (Prensa Latina) Russian aviation destroyed 26 Ukrainian military targets last night, including a command and control post of a battalion and 40 armored vehicles, the Ministry of Defense of this country reported today.
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According to the spokesman for that military entity, Major General Igor Konashénkov, 25 concentration areas of Ukrainian troops and war equipment were also destroyed, in addition to eliminating 150 nationalists.

He noted that the armed forces, using high-precision missiles, hit nine other enemy military infrastructures, including four fortifications and assembly points for soldiers and weapons in the Kharkov region.

Russian rockets also hit workshops at an explosives manufacturing facility for the Ukrainian armed forces near the city of Pavlograd, the senior official said. Also, the Moscow air defense annihilated 10 drones.

In his speech to inform about the beginning of the operation last February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that the objective is to protect the population of Donbass from the abuses and genocide of kyiv during the last eight years, in addition to “demilitarizing and denazifying” Ukraine.

According to the Russian Defense Ministry, the attacks are not directed at the Ukrainian population or cities, but against the country’s military infrastructure.


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