Ukrainian soldiers blew up the “Ural” with ammunition and the enemy’s armored personnel carrier (video) — UNIAN

Air reconnaissance fighters adjusted the strikes.

Ukrainian soldiers blew up

Ukrainian defenders continue to destroy enemy equipment every day. On Saturday, August 6, artillery units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine together with air reconnaissance fighters in one blow destroyed two targets — a truck “Ural” with ammunition and an armored personnel carrier.

The video of the detonation of the vehicles was published on the official Telegram channel of the Strategic Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The video shows the positions of the raschits near the path between two forest plantations. The occupiers placed a Ural truck with ammunition inside and an armored personnel carrier nearby.

Fighters from aerial reconnaissance noticed a cluster of equipment and transmitted the coordinates to the gunners. The latter fired an aimed salvo and blew up the truck. The armored personnel carrier was also damaged and caught fire. Near the place where, as stated in the Strategic Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, “arta was piling up”, the Rashists were passing by. It is not known whether the Ukrainian defenders managed to destroy this enemy equipment as well.

We will remind, as reported by UNIAN, today in the south of Ukraine the Armed Forces of Ukraine eliminated 40 occupants and blew up 6 pieces of equipment. And the fighters of the 54th separate mechanized brigade named after Hetman Ivan Mazepa “landed” rare drone “Orlan-30”.

The war of the Russian Federation against Ukraine

  • February 24 The Russian Federation invaded to independent Ukraine and caused a real collapse in the country. The invaders not only capture military units, airports and other strategic objects, but also shoot at civilians and high-rise buildings in cities.
  • February 27, 2022 information appeared that Belarus may declare war on Ukraine. There is still no official confirmation of the invasion of its army on our territory.

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