Another blow to Russia… Ukraine announced: Hundreds of Russian soldiers were killed!

Creation Date: January 03, 2023 15:14

The eyes and ears of the world have been on the news from Ukraine since February 24. Ukraine, which continues to target Russian targets with US-made HIMARS, announced that hundreds of Russian soldiers were killed in the attacks.

The war, which started with the order of Russian President Vladimir Putin, continues at full speed.

Russia, which had targeted Kiev from the first days of the war, but could not take the city despite the siege that lasted for weeks, turned its target to the east.

While the conflicts entered a new phase with the withdrawal of the Russians, who had been in a defensive position here for a while, from Kherson, the war continues unabated in 2023.

Ukraine, which responded to the Russian attacks with a missile attack, claimed that about 400 Russian soldiers were killed in a missile attack on the Donetsk region under Russian occupation, while Russia announced that 63 soldiers were killed in the attack.

A new claim came from Ukraine, which fell like a bomb on the world’s agenda.

According to the news in the British Daily Mail newspaper, Ukraine announced that it carried out new attacks on Russian targets.

In the statement, it was stated that at least 500 Russian soldiers were killed or injured due to the attack.

Ukraine also used US-made HIMARS in these attacks.


World While discussing how Russia would respond to this attack, a flash statement came from the President of Ukraine, Zelensky.

Zelenski said that Russia aims to demoralize the people of Ukraine by continuing its unarmed manned aerial vehicle (SİHA) attacks for a long time.

Zelenski stated that according to the latest intelligence reports, Moscow aims to carry out more attacks with Iranian-made Witness-type SİHAs. RussiaHe stated that the aim of the .

‘We must endure and do everything for it. Terrorists will not be able to achieve this just as they cannot achieve their other goals. Now everyone in charge of protecting the sky needs to be much more careful.’