Ukraine says it destroyed eleven Russian aerial assets

 Ukraine says it destroyed eleven Russian aerial assets

Russia-Ukraine war: As many as seven Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs),  cruise missiles, one Ka-fifty two helicopter and one Mi-28 chopper have been reportedly destroyed through Ukraine's air force, stated The Kyiv Independent.

The Ukrainian Air Force has claimed it centered and destroyed as many as eleven Russian aerial assets, withinside the process, additionally stopping Moscow’s troops from crossing a river, which, if true, could imply that Russian forces have, for a 2d time, didn't move a river in Ukraine.

Ukraine says it destroyed eleven Russian aerial assets


“eleven Russian objectives destroyed on May 15. Anti-plane missiles shot down  cruise missiles, 3 Orlan-10 UAVs, and one Ka-fifty two helicopter. The air defence additionally shot down an Mi-28 helicopter and 4 Orlan-10 UAVs,” The Kyiv Independent stated on Monday, bringing up the country’s air force.

“The operations avoided a river crossing of Russian forces throughout the Inhulets River positioned in central-east,” the paper additionally suggested

Inhulets, additionally called Ingulets, is a tributary of the Dnieper, that is one of the principal rivers in Europe.


Earlier, the Russians have been avoided from crossing the Siverskyi Donets river withinside the Donetsk vicinity of the war-hit nation, in an assault in the course of which, Kyiv stated, its air troops destroyed a pontoon bridge and broken army motors nearby, including ‘as a minimum seventy three tanks.’

The -day war changed into first suggested through the United Kingdom on May 13.


Russia, which invaded Ukraine on February 24, has, for this reason far, didn't make principal inroads at the territory of its smaller neighbour, no matter having superiority in nearly all aspects. It has, however, taken ‘large losses,’ as in line with numerous estimates.

Major General Kyrylo Budanov, the pinnacle of Ukraine’s army intelligence, instructed Sky News in a recent, specific interview that Russian President Vladimir Putin, who authorised the ‘unique army operation,’ is ‘severely unwell’ and facing ‘chance of a coup.’


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