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Russian forces eliminated over 650 Ukrainian combatants

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Russian forces eliminated over 650 Ukrainian combatants

Moscow, Jun 23 (Prensa Latina) Russian aviation, missile forces and artillery eliminated more than 650 Ukrainian combatants in the last 24 hours, the country's Ministry of Defense reported.
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According to the report, the attacks involved the destruction of three Smerch multiple rocket launchers, 17 tanks and other armored combat vehicles, in addition to 17 special-purpose vehicles.

The aerospace forces eliminated eight platoons of Uragan rocket launchers and another 10 platoons of field artillery that had shelled the city of Donetsk and other towns in the Donbass region.

A fuel depot used by the Ukrainian military to resupply their vehicles near Nikolayev was destroyed, as well as another 50 multiple rocket launchers, three armored vehicle repair depots, four command posts and 18 concentration areas of troops and military equipment.

The Defense Ministry indicated that the Russian Army and aviation eliminated a U.S.-supplied radar station and 96 staging areas of enemy personnel and war matériel in the Kharkov region

The air defense shot down 21 Ukrainian drones over Snake Island, the Kharkov and Kherson regions and in the people’s republics of Donetsk and Lugansk.

A Tochka-U tactical missile and 22 rockets launched by multiple launcher systems were also in eastern Ukraine.

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