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Russian Defense: More than 170 Ukrainian soldiers were killed and a MiG-29 fighter was shot down


Moscow, SANA - The Russian Ministry of Defense announced in a statement today that its forces have killed more than 170 Ukrainian soldiers.


The Russian Ministry of Defense announced in a statement today that its forces eliminated more than 170 Ukrainian soldiers, destroyed a number of missile and artillery systems of the Kyiv forces on several axes, and shot down a Ukrainian MiG-29 warplane in Donetsk.

The statement also stated:

On the Kobyansk axis north of Luhansk:

 25 Ukrainian soldiers were killed, and a Gvozdica self-propelled howitzer and another American-made M777 cannon were destroyed on the Krasny Liman axis.

North Donetsk:

More than 50 soldiers were killed, and an American-made M777 cannon was destroyed.

On the Donetsk axis:

More than 30 soldiers were killed, a Grad rocket launcher, a Pion self-propelled gun, a Gatesent B howitzer and others, a US-made M777 cannon, and an American-made anti-battery radar station were destroyed.

On the axes of South Donetsk and Zaporozhye:

Two ammunition depots and armored vehicles were destroyed, and 70 soldiers were killed.

According to the statement, 86 enemy artillery units were hit at firing positions, forces and military equipment in 124 regions, a Ukrainian MiG-29 fighter jet was shot down in Donetsk airspace, in addition to the destruction of 9 drones in separate areas, and 8 missiles from Himars missile launchers were intercepted. And Olga.

According to the statement, since the beginning of the special military operation, 381 aircraft, 204 helicopters, 2,976 drones, 402 anti-aircraft missile systems, 7,656 tanks and other armored vehicles, 992 rocket launchers, 3,944 pieces of field artillery and mortars, and 8,198 special military vehicles have been destroyed.

Source: sena

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