Russia reports surrender of another 134 Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol | News

The Russian Defense Ministry reported Thursday that another 134 Ukrainian military personnel, including 14 officers, voluntarily laid down their weapons on Wednesday night in Mariupol, in the Donetsk oblast (province).

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According to the agency, in total, 1,160 soldiers of the 36th Marine Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, including 176 officers, have surrendered in the last 24 hours. Russian rockets and artillery annihilated 770 targets, the defense ministry said.

The military entity also explained that high-precision weapons killed 12 Ukrainian military targets, while Russian tactical aviation liquidated 48 facilities, including two command posts, a radar station and two multiple rocket launcher positions.

On the other hand, in Kharkov, the military of the Eurasian nation transferred more than 30 tons of humanitarian aid.

“The Russian military during the special military operation sent another batch of humanitarian aid to the localities of the Kharkov region. Accompanied by the military police of the Russian Armed Forces, they sent this aid with a total volume of more than 30 tons in trucks to the inhabitants in greatest need,” the Ministry reported.

Since the start of the Russian special military operation in Ukraine on February 24, Slavic troops have leveled 131 planes, 104 helicopters, 245 anti-aircraft missile systems, 448 unmanned aerial vehicles, 2,179 tanks and other armored vehicles, 248 rocket launchers multiple units, 944 units of field artillery and mortars, as well as 2,088 units of special military vehicles.