The Kremlin supported the offer of a Russian company to give a monetary reward to the soldiers who destroyed the tanks sent to Ukraine. While the proposal in question had a great impact in the West, Belarusian authorities announced that the Russian Iskander missiles are now in service with the completion of the trainings.
The Ukrainian war, which started on February 24, is almost in its first year. As the parties gradually moved away from the negotiating table, the US and Western allies began to increase arms aid to Ukraine.
IT IS RAILING TANKS TO UKRAINE
Following the decision of the German government to send 14 Leopard 2 tanks for the ongoing war in Ukraine, the USA announced that it will send 31 M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine in a few months. In addition to the decisions taken by France and England, a good news for Ukraine came from Poland. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that they will give Ukraine 60 more tanks besides the German Leopard 2 tanks.
STUNNING OFFER FROM A RUSSIAN COMPANY: MONEY PRIZE TO RUSSIAN SOLDIERS
While the Kremlin evaluated the decision of the USA and Germany to send tanks to Ukraine as ‘direct involvement in the conflict’, a Russian firm made a very striking offer yesterday.
Russian chemical manufacturer Fores has offered an award to the Russian soldiers who destroyed the M1 Abrams and Leopard 2 tanks sent by Germany and the USA to Ukraine.
5 million rubles (approximately 72 thousand) for the first tank was given to Russian soldiers who shot or captured the company tanks. dollar) announced that it will give a prize money of 500 thousand rubles for each subsequent tank.
Soldiers will also receive a reward of 15 million rubles for destroying Ukrainian F-15 and F-16 warplanes.
SUPPORT FROM THE KREMLIN: WE ALREADY SAID THEY WILL BE BURNED
The offer made by the company, which had a great impact in the West, received support from the Kremlin today. Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov stated that they welcome the proposal and emphasized that the award will be a great incentive for Russian soldiers.
In Peskov’s statement, “We have already said that these tanks will be burned if they enter Ukraine. This will be an extra incentive for the Russian soldiers” used his statements.
Peskov also by the West UkraineHe said any long-range weapons deliveries to Russia would not change Russia’s military objectives.
ISKENDER MISSILES NOW IN SERVICE
on the other hand Russiaknown as the closest ally of BelarusA remarkable statement came from
Belarusian authorities announced that the Russian Iskander missiles are now in service with the completion of their training.
The Ministry of Defense pointed out that the missiles in question can hit targets at a range of up to 500 km.
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