Ukraine hits Russian anti-aircraft systems and fuel tanks


Russia’s Security Council vice president Dmitry Medvedev has in turn warned that the senior British officials could be considered a “legitimate military target”.

He Ukrainian army continues to try to destroy as much Russian logistical infrastructure and weapons as possible before launching its long-awaited launch counteroffensiveand in the past 24 hours, it has hit several checkpoints, artillery positions, an anti-aircraft system and Russian fuel depots with missiles or artillery, according to the Kyiv General Staff.

Among the objectives achieved, the General Staff lists “three points of control, a concentration zone for enemy human resources, four artillery units in firing position, a complex air defense system, three fuel and lubricant depots and a military radio station.”

The Ukrainian army reports daily about the destruction of such Russian targets at the front and in the occupied territories.

With these actions, which come with similar strikes with drones or sabotage actions within Russia that Kiev does not announce, Ukraine does try cut supply lines Russian front-line troops are torpedoing their ability to coordinate, so they have a hard time coping with the Ukrainian counter-offensive.

Medvedev says senior British officials could be considered military targets

Russian Security Council vice president Dmitry Medvedev has warned senior British officials could be seen as a “legitimate military purpose”since the United Kingdom a “unexplained war” against Russia.

“Today, Britain is acting as an ally of Ukraine, providing military aid with weapons and specialists, in effect waging an undeclared war against Russia,” Medvedev wrote on Twitter.

Source: EITB


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