The Ministry of Defense announced the destruction of five bases with fuel in Ukraine

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Russian military air and ground-based high-precision missiles destroyed five fuel and lubricants storage bases in Ukraine, according to the Russian Ministry of Defense.

According to the report, such bases were located in the areas of the settlements of Radekhov (Volyn region), Kazatin (Vinnitsa region), Prosyanaya (Dnipropetrovsk region), Nikolaev (Nikolaev region) and Novomoskovsk (Dnepropetrovsk region).

“From the data objects, fuel was supplied to military equipment of groups of Ukrainian troops in the regions of Kharkov, Nikolaev and in the Donbass, — told the Russian military ministry.

The Ministry of Defense also published a video of the launch of two Onyx supersonic missiles. from the Bastion complex. The agency stated that the strike was carried out on “ground targets on the territory of Ukraine”.

At the request of Roskomnadzor, RBC provides data on the details of the military operation in Ukraine based on information from Russian official sources.

In addition, during the night, the aviation of the Russian Aerospace Forces and the missile forces hit 24 military facilities of Ukraine, including the Osa-AKM air defense system, logistics depots, strong points and areas of concentration of military equipment of Ukrainian troops.

Russian air defense systems also eliminated four drones in the areas of the settlements of Berdyansk, Gornyak, Uvanskoye and Chernobaevka.

In total, since the beginning of Russia's military operation in Ukraine, the following have been destroyed:

  • 125 aircraft, 93 helicopters, 407 drones;
  • 227 anti-aircraft missile systems;
  • 1981 tank and other armored fighting vehicles;
  • 215 multiple launch rocket launchers;
  • 854 field artillery pieces and mortars;
  • 1,882 units of special military vehicles.

On the evening of April 5, the official representative The Russian Ministry of Defense, Major General Igor Konashenkov, said that two Ukrainian Mi-8 helicopters were shot down near Mariupol, and whom, according to the agency, Ukrainian forces tried to evacuate the commanders of the Azov battalion (recognized as extremist in Russia and banned).

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