Ukrainian army claims: Russia suffered heavy losses, 14 aircraft, 8 helicopters and 102 tanks destroyed

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new Delhi: Ukraine’s military claims that Russia has lost 14 aircraft, 8 helicopters, 102 tanks, 536 BBMs, 15 heavy machine guns and 1 BUK missile since February 24. The Kremlin also lost more than 3,500 soldiers, Ukraine’s armed forces said on Saturday, with the Kiev Independent reporting that nearly 200 service members had been taken hostage. Russia has begun redeploying reserve units to areas bordering Ukraine and continues to conduct air strikes on airfields, military depots and civilians. The airstrikes targeted Sumy, Poltava, Mariupol and Kiev, with heavy fighting overnight. Russia fired naval-based cruise missiles across Ukraine from the Black Sea. Russian aviation began from Belarus and occupied Crimea. The battalions of the 35th All-Army Army of the Eastern Military District are located in Mozyr and can be used to attack targets on the territory of Ukraine. According to a report by the Ukrainian Armed Forces, dozens of tanks are located in the region of Shamskoe and BM-21 Grad rocket launchers were planted in the region of Kosivshnya, Sumy Oblast. Russia targeted Yuzna, Odessa Oblast, Ozern airfield and civilian infrastructure near Kiev with its planes. The report said that Russia also used tanks and military vehicles in an unsuccessful attempt to breach Kiev’s security. Ukraine’s military has halted Russian aggression in Kharkiv Oblast. The urban war is still being fought in Oktirka, Sumy Oblast. The naval forces of Ukraine mined accessible landing sites. According to the Kiev Independent, the military said Ukraine’s air defense systems had successfully thwarted air strikes by enemy jets. In addition to the Russian Il-76 military transport aircraft shot down south of Kiev, the Ukrainian Air Force continues to inflict fire damage on enemy manpower and military equipment in the Kiev, Chernihiv and Kherson blasts. It is said that a combined force is carrying out a defensive operation. President Volodymyr Zelensky is leading the defense of Ukraine in Kiev. He said, ‘We will defend our country.’

[Attribution to NBT]

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