Russian Ka-52 helicopter destroys Ukrainian military convoy

HSMilitarycom: The Russian Ministry of Defense has published a video of the destruction of a Ukrainian military convoy by a Ka-52 helicopter.

The video shows how a Ka-52 helicopter with rockets and whirlwind missiles destroys the Ukrainian military. The video clearly shows a Ka-52 helicopter destroying a Ukrainian military convoy on the road.

Russian Ka-52 helicopter destroys Ukrainian military convoy

According to the Russian defense ministry, the attack was carried out by several Ka-52 helicopters, from low and very low altitude.

Earlier, the Russian Ministry of Defense published on its website a map of the territory of Ukraine, which during special military operations was under the control of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, as well as of the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics.

According to the map, the Ukrainian troops completely lost the settlement of Volnovakha.

According to the Russian defense ministry, during the operation in Ukraine, 3,346 Ukrainian military infrastructure facilities were decommissioned, and 121 unmanned aerial vehicles, 1,067 tanks and other armored fighting vehicles, 114 multiple launch rocket systems, 412 field artillery and mortars, 862 special military units. vehicle.

Prior to the Kyiv region, the Ukrainian military claimed to have destroyed a Russian military convoy, the video was published on telegram. However, until now there has been no confirmation from the Russian defense ministry regarding these claims.

The video recorded by the drone shows that, A number of military vehicles were destroyed on the road in the Kyiv region.

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