SU-35 fighter jets destroy ukraine's military arsenal

Hsmilitarycom: A video released by the Russian defense ministry, shows SU-34 fighter jets destroying the Ukrainian military's arsenal.

Su-34 fighter jets carried out strikes against identified ground targets carried out from a single height.

SU-35 fighter jets destroy ukraine's military arsenal

Russian forces attacked the parking lot of military equipment, armored vehicles and warehouses with weapons. After that, the SU-34 fighter jets returned to their original airfield.

Since February 24, Russia has been conducting special military operations in Ukraine with the aim of demilitarizing and denazification. The Defense Ministry said the soldiers only attacked military infrastructure facilities.

The video also shows the letter Z in the sky above Ukraine, a symbol of a special operation to protect Donbass, which Russia has been conducting since February 24.

SU-35 fighter jets destroy ukraine's military arsenal

Earlier, the Russian defense ministry reported that troops were fighting for the completion of Novomikhailovka. In one day, Russian air defense systems destroyed nine Ukrainian drones in the Kyiv, Sumy, Kharkov, regions as well as Izyum and Chernihiv.

On March 23, the official representative of the Russian Defense Ministry, Igor Konashenkov, said that the Russian armed forces had destroyed 86 military facilities in Ukraine.

Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry published footage of the launch of 8 Calibers on military targets in Ukraine. In addition, the Defense Ministry also published footage of the destruction of S-300 air defense systems from Ukrainian air defenses.

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