Russia shoots down MiG-29 fighter jets and Ukrainian Mi-24 helicopters in the Slavyansk region

Hsmilitarycom: Russian air defense systems shot down a MiG-29 fighter jet of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in the Slavyansk region of the DPR and a Mi-24 helicopter in the Mykolaiv region, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported in Telegram.

In total, since the beginning of military operations, according to the Russian military department, 202 aircraft and 131 helicopters have been destroyed.

At roskomnadzor's request, RBC provided detailed data on military operations in Ukraine based on information from official Russian sources.

In addition, air defenses shot down nine Ukrainian drones on the territory of the DPR, Kharkiv and Dnipropetrovsk, intercepted Tochka-U missiles near Izyum and 14 rounds of the Smerch dual launch rocket system (MLRS) on the territory of the DPR, LPR and Kharkiv.

Russian troops attacked a Ukrainian artillery and ammunition warehouse near the village of Pryluky, Chernihiv region, with Kalibr missiles. 

Another Russian missile hit 11 areas of concentration of manpower and military equipment, eight artillery firing positions, including three platoons of the Grad double-launch rocket system, and two ammunition depots of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

In total, since the beginning of special operations, in addition to more than 300 aircraft of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, more than 1.2 drones, more than 300 anti-aircraft missile systems, more than 3.5 thousand tanks and other armored combat vehicles, more than 500 MLRS installations, almost 2 thousand guns were destroyed field artillery and mortars, as well as more than 3.6 thousand units of special military vehicles.

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