Ukraine’s defense intel confirms two Russian radars hit in Kursk region

Ukraine’s defense intel confirms two Russian radars hit in Kursk region

In Russia’s Kursk region, Ukrainian forces have struck two enemy radars, Nebo 55Zh6 and presumably Gamma-S1E.

The relevant statement was made by the Main Intelligence Directorate at the Ukrainian Defense Ministry on Facebook, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“On November 18, 2023, near the Kursk region’s Dmitriyev, an enemy radar position was detected. Two expensive Russian radar stations, Nebo 55Zh6 and presumably Gamma-S1E, were hit,” the report states.

The enemy’s total losses are yet to be updated.

A reminder that Ukraine’s Main Intelligence Directorate earlier shared a video, showing preparations for special raids into the temporarily occupied Crimea.  

Photo: Vitaly V.Kuzmin

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