At the same time, the Armed Forces shot down more than 160 planes and 145 helicopters, destroyed more than 760 tanks, almost 2,000 armored combat vehicles, and 8 ships.
Ukrainian defenders have already killed about 20.1 thousand occupiers / photo facebook.com/GeneralStaff.ua
Ukrainian defenders have already killed about 20.1 thousand occupiers.
Such data published General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, informing about the general combat losses of the enemy from February 24 to April 16.
Also servicemen The Armed Forces destroyed military equipment and enemy vehicles:
- aircraft – 163 units, helicopters – 145 units;
- tanks – 762 units, armored combat vehicles – 1 thousand 982 units, artillery systems – 371 units, MLRS – 125 units;
- air defense means – 66 units, UAV operational and tactical level – 138;
- OTRK / TRK launchers – 4;
- ships / boats – 8;
- automotive equipment – 1,458 units, 26 units of special equipment and 76 fuel tanks.
It is noted that the data are being clarified.
It should be noted that the Armed Forces hit seven enemy air targets in one day. The air force hit three unmanned aerial vehicles and two cruise missiles.
By the way, you can read more about the losses of the Russian Federation in Ukraine at the link.
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Source: Інформаційне Агентство УНІАН by www.unian.ua.
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