Ukraine Army destroys convoy of Russian military equipment

Ukraine Army destroys convoy of Russian military equipment

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The Armed Forces of Ukraine liquidated a mobile command post along with the commanders of the 4th Battalion Tactical Group (operational subordination) of the 201st Military Base of Russia’s Central Military District.

That’s according to the press service of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Ukrinform reports.

"In one of the operational zones, a unit of the Ukrainian Army’s Assault Troops, together with their comrades-in-arms representing other components of the country’s defense forces, destroyed a column of the Russian occupiers’ military equipment. This includes a mobile control point along with the commanding staff of the 4th Battalion Tactical Group (operational subordination) of the 201st Military Base of the Central Military District of the Russian Federation,” the statement reads.

Read also: Russia has already lost about 19,800 soldiers in Ukraine – General Staff

It is noted that official military documentation and propaganda materials with fake news were seized.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, Russian army losses as of April 12 amounted to 19,800 servicemen, 739 main battle tanks, 1,964 armored combat vehicles, 358 artillery systems, 115 MLR systems, 64 air defense units, 158 warplanes, 143 helicopters, 1,429 military trucks, seven vessels, 76 fuel tanks, 132 UAVs, 25 units of special equipment, and four missile launchers. The data specified is yet to be updated.

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