Breaking through the Russian border, Ukrainian tanks destroyed

HSMilitarycom: The Russian military destroyed the sabotage group of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which tried to break through the border on infantry fighting vehicles.

The Russian military opened fire and destroyed the sabotage and reconnaissance group of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which tried to break through the Russian border. 

During the ensuing battle, Ukrainian troops sent two infantry fighting vehicles as reinforcements, which opened fire on the Russian military. 

However, they were instantly destroyed by retaliatory strikes. As a result of the attack by the Russian military, five Ukrainian saboteurs were destroyed. 

Breaking through the Russian border, Ukrainian tanks destroyed

At the same time, there is information that, in addition to the sabotage group, the crew of armored combat vehicles was also destroyed.

“As a result of the clashes, five violators of the border of the Russian Federation from the sabotage and reconnaissance group were destroyed ,” a RIA Novosti source reports.

It is known that due to the breakthrough of two Ukrainian infantry fighting vehicles into Russian territory, the military immediately requested reinforcements, as a result of which the Ukrainian troops were destroyed in a timely manner.

It is reported that the victims and casualties among the military personnel of the RF Armed Forces were avoided.

Breaking through the Russian border, Ukrainian tanks destroyed

So far, there is no official confirmation of this data, while the information is not commented on in Kiev either. 

However, this morning the Ukrainian military destroyed the positions of the Russian border guards with fire, firing one of the artillery shells. Injured and casualties were avoided, but the situation is critical.

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