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Russian aviation shoots down a Ukrainian Su-25 attack plane

Russian aviation shoots down a Ukrainian Su-25 attack plane

Moscow, May 10 (Prensa Latina) The Russian Armed Forces shot down a Ukrainian Su-25 attack plane last night over the Kharkov region, the spokesman for the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Major General Igor Konashenkov, reported.
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According to his report, the Russian aviation also attacked 16 concentration areas of enemy troops and war material, while missile and artillery troops eliminated 33 command posts, another 407 temporary location points for soldiers and war material, as well as five ammunition and fuel depots.

Konashenkov indicated that about 380 nationalists died and 53 vehicles were put out of commission as a result of the fighting.

The anti-aircraft defense forces destroyed for their part three Ukrainian drones over the towns of Mospino and Yunokommunarovsk, in the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), and the city of Odessa. A Tochka-U missile and a 300mm rocket from a BM-30 Smerch MLRS launched by Ukraine were intercepted.

Up to this point in the conflict, Russia has reportedly destroyed 163 planes, 124 helicopters, 793 drones, 300 anti-aircraft missile systems, 2,979 tanks and other armored vehicles.

The list of annihilated equipment also includes 351 multiple launch rocket systems, 1,440 field artillery guns and mortars, as well as 2,789 special military vehicles.

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