Russian MoD latest tally on Ukraine war
Russian missile troops and artillery have hit 596 areas of troop and military equipment concentration, as well as 52 positions of artillery and mortar units of Ukrainian nationalists.
Russia's Defense Ministry confirmed that the Russian Aerospace Forces have destroyed a large arsenal of the Ukrainian Armed Forces (AFU) at a storage site in Krivoi Rog using high-precision, long-range missiles.
The Russian Armed Forces have hit three command posts, 25 areas of AFU troop and military equipment concentration, and two artillery batteries at firing positions over the past day using high-precision, air-based missiles.
Operational-tactical and army aviation aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles hit two command posts, and also 53 areas of amassed Ukrainian manpower and military equipment, the Ministry confirmed.
In addition, the Ministry pointed out that Russian air defense units have shot down a Ukrainian air force Su-25 aircraft near Novogrigorovka, Dnepropetrovsk Region.
According to the Russian Defense Ministry, missile troops and artillery have hit 62 command posts, 596 areas of troop and military equipment concentrations, and 52 positions of artillery and mortar units of Ukrainian nationalists.
The Ministry highlighted that in total, some 183 Ukrainian aircraft and 128 helicopters, 1,049 unmanned aerial vehicles, 325 anti-aircraft missile systems, 3,309 tanks and other armored combat vehicles, 447 multiple launch rocket systems, 1,722 field artillery and mortars, and 3,270 units of special military vehicles have been destroyed during the war in Ukraine.
It is noteworthy that on Saturday, Russia's Defense Ministry said that Russian and DPR forces seized the strategic town of Krasny Liman in the Donetsk People's Republic, on the road to two key cities still under Kiev's control.
In a different context, Russian investigators arrived in Kherson to launch a probe into alleged cases of torture in the region perpetrated by Ukrainian militants, as well as the shelling of the area via Tochka-U missiles, Kirill Stremousov, deputy head of the regional military-civilian administration, had confirmed.
Russia had captured the entire Kherson region in the south of the country and part of the southeastern Zaporozhye region and established military-civilian administrations there after the start of the war in Ukraine.