Russia Destroys US-European Weapons Depot in Ukraine | News


The Russian Defense Ministry announced on Wednesday the destruction of a warehouse where weapons supplied by the United States and its European allies were stored in southeastern Ukraine.


Russia denounces a new attack on a village bordering Ukraine

The spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, Igor Konashénkov, indicated that the military operation was directed against the hangars of an aluminum factory in the Ukrainian town of Zaporozhie.

Igor Konashenkov said that Russian aircraft hit 59 Ukrainian military facilities overnight on Wednesday, including 50 assembly areas for Ukrainian soldiers and military equipment, and four warehouses with weapons and ammunition.

Konashenkov noted that more than 120 Ukrainian nationalists had been neutralized and 35 vehicles and armor had been destroyed.

According to the Defense portfolio, in the last few hours, 432 concentration areas for soldiers and military equipment, 67 artillery positions, two batteries of multiple launch rocket systems and seven ammunition depots were attacked.

In another incident, the governor of Russia’s Belgorod region, Viacheslav Gladkov, reported on Wednesday the burning of an arms depot near the border with Ukraine.

According to Governor Gladkov, the fire in the town of Staraya Nelidovka, about twenty kilometers from the border with Ukraine, is under control.

Viacheslav Gladkov pointed out that the fire did not leave any victims or damage to nearby buildings and added that the causes of the incident have not been made clear.

The governor of Belgorod has denounced several attacks on villages in the region bordering Ukraine in recent days.

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