Russia Shoots Down Tochka-U Missiles, Fired by Ukraine

Remember the strike on the train station? Ukraine claimed that 2 Tochka-U missiles were fired by Russia.

However, Ukraine had every reason to prevent/impede civilians from leaving the area. Knowing that Ukraine has been intentionally jeopardizing civilians using them as human shields. As reported in main stream western media. Washington Post to be exact.

Also, Ukraine regularly uses the Tochka-U Missile. And Russia has been shooting them down. See below:

Latest news: Russian military shot down two “Tochka-U” tactical missiles over Ukraine

The Russian military shot down two Tochka-U tactical missiles in the air in the areas of Donetsk and Skilevatoy. This was announced by the official representative of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation Igor Konashenkov.

In addition, over the past 24 hours, six drones were also shot down in the air, which flew over the settlements of Podvysokoye, Chistovodovka, Yakovenkovo and Pokrovskoye, he added.

During the night, the Russian military hit another 73 enemy military infrastructure facilities. In particular, four command posts, seven strongholds and four warehouses where ammunition was stored were destroyed. The strikes were carried out on 57 places of concentration of the enemy’s military equipment. Six tanks and nine armored vehicles were destroyed, as well as a battery of 152-mm Msta-B howitzers.

During the day, more than a thousand military infrastructure facilities were attacked. Destroyed 31 command posts, six warehouses with fuel for the military, as well as about a thousand enemy positions.

Since the beginning of the special operation, 140 military aircraft and almost 500 drones have already been destroyed. The Russian military disabled 253 anti-aircraft missile systems, and also destroyed over 2.3 thousand tanks and other armored vehicles, over a thousand field artillery pieces and mortars, as well as about 2.2 thousand other enemy military equipment.

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