Ukraine’s Armed Forces destroy three enemy equipment units, hit dugout in Kharkiv region

Ukraine’s Armed Forces destroy three enemy equipment units, hit dugout in Kharkiv region

In Kharkiv region, during the reconnaissance operations, the Ukrainian military discovered clusters of enemy equipment. As a result, three enemy equipment units were destroyed, one armored vehicle was damaged, and a dugout was struck.

"In an hour after setting priority targets for the attack, the Resistance movement fighters coordinated a unit of one of the artillery brigades and adjusted the artillery fire on enemy targets. The joint efforts of the Ukrainian Defense Forces destroyed Russians’ T-90 tank and Т-80BVM tank. One multi-purpose light-armored towing vehicle was destroyed and another one was damaged," the Command of the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine posted on Facebook, Ukrinform reports.

It is noted that the enemy's dugout was also struck. The Russian occupiers’ losses are being specified.

As reported, on the morning of May 2, Ukrainian defenders destroyed two enemy Raptor boats near the Zmiiny Island.

From February 24 to May 2, the Armed Forces of Ukraine eliminated about 23,800 Russian personnel and destroyed 1,048 tanks, 2,519 armored personnel vehicles, 459 artillery systems, 152 MLRS, 80 anti-aircraft systems, 194 aircraft, 155 helicopters, 1,824 vehicles and fuel tanks, 8 ships / boats, 271 UAVs of operational and tactical level, 38 special equipment units, 84 cruise missiles.


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