Ukrainian army attacked Russian bases, killed 44 soldiers in 24 hours, also destroyed fighter planes2 min read
Ukrainian army invaded Russian bases
Ukraine kills 44 Russian soldiers in last 24 hours
Russia’s advanced fighter planes were also destroyed
Kyiv. The Russia-Ukraine War has attracted the attention of the whole world. In the war, Russia is wreaking havoc in Ukraine with its destructive missiles and drones, while the Ukrainian army is also fighting it fiercely. Ukrainian media has claimed that the Ukrainian army has attacked Russian targets. In the last 24 hours, the Ukrainian army has killed 44 Russian soldiers.
According to the report of The Kyiv Independent, the Ukrainian army has launched a massive counterattack on the Russian military base Pontoon Crossing. Russia’s advanced weapons have been destroyed. According to the report, 2 ammunition depots, Su-25 aircraft, Ka-52 helicopters, 2 mortars and 3 armored vehicles have been destroyed. Operational Command South said that in the last 24 hours, 44 Russian soldiers have been killed by Ukrainian forces.
In the Berislav district of Ukraine’s southern province of Kherson, two ammunition depots of Russian troops were destroyed. The command also stated that their attack on the Russian pontoon crossing with military equipment was successful.
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On Thursday, Ukrainian President Zelensky said, “Russia has carried out more than 4,500 missile strikes on Ukraine since February.” The Russian military launched more than 30 drones in the past two days, while the Ukrainian military shot down 23 Iranian-made martyr drones. The Ukrainian army also shot down Russian Kh-59 guided air missiles, 2 Ka-52 combat helicopters and one Su-25 fighter aircraft during the same period. He said that only the Ukrainian people will not fall. Enemy planes will fall, enemy helicopters will fall, and Shaheed (Iranian-made Shaheed-136 drones) will fall.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : October 28, 2022, 11:42 IST