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Russia attacks Ukrainian missile systems and ammunition depots

Russia attacks Ukrainian missile systems and ammunition depots

Moscow, May 1 (Prensa Latina) Russian aircraft destroyed last night two S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems and damaged two ammunition and fuel depots of the Ukrainian forces, the spokesman of the Russian Defense Ministry, Major General Igor Konashenkov, reported on Sunday. According to the report, Russian aerospace forces also eliminated 15 fortifications and areas of concentration of troops and war equipment, 140 soldiers and 19 armored vehicles.
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He indicated that the air defense forces shot down two Ukrainian Su-24M planes, as well as 12 drones and two Tochka-U missiles, while the rocket troops annihilated 786 personnel and equipment concentration zones, as well as 24 checkpoints and three weapons depots in the past 24 hours.

Since the beginning of the military operation, last February 24, the Russian Army put 145 aircraft, 672 drones, 281 anti-aircraft missile systems, 2,703 tanks and 312 enemy multiple rocket launchers out of service.

The casualty list also includes 1,203 field artillery guns and mortars and 2,514 tanks.

The Russian Defense Ministry assured that the attacks are not aimed at the Ukrainian population or cities, but against the country’s military infrastructures.

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky reportedly met on Sunday in Kiev with the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, a visit he considered a sign of support to his government.

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