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Russian aviation attacked 112 Ukrainian military targets


Russian aviation attacked 112 Ukrainian military targets

Moscow, Apr 29 (Prensa Latina) The Russian aviation attacked Thursday night 112 facilities of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, including four missile and artillery weapons depots, this country's Ministry of Defense reported Friday.
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According to the Defense Ministry spokesman, Major General Igor Konashenkov, two command posts, 11 fortifications, as well as 95 points of concentration of personnel and military equipment were also destroyed.

In a press conference, he emphasized that the Aerospace Force eliminated with high precision and long range weapons the Artiom missile development and production plant in Kiev, the Ukrainian capital.

Also, its sea-launched Kalibr missiles hit three electric railroad traction substations in Fastov (Kiev region), Krasnosiolka (Zhitomir) and Polonnoye (Khmelnitsky).

For their part, rocket troops put out of action 13 military targets, including a crew of the Tochka-U tactical missile system, in the Nikolayev region, which on Thursday was activated to attack a residential area of the city of Kherson.

The senior Russian official reported that his country’s artillery hit 763 points of concentration of personnel and military equipment, 21 command posts, 69 fortifications and 107 artillery positions, while neutralizing more than 280 troops and 38 vehicles.

At night, anti-aircraft defenses shot down 13 drones and one projectile of the Smerch multiple rocket launcher system, the Russian Defense Ministry said.


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