Russia-Ukraine War: Russian air force destroys 86 Ukrainian military facilities


Today is the 46th day of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. Russia has intensified its offensive to seize the Ukrainian capital Kyiv. Despite severe criticism at the international level, Russia is still not ready to back down from its military campaign against Ukraine.  

Russia is constantly bombing Ukrainian military bases and residential areas.

However, despite being no match for Russia’s military might, Ukraine is still trying its best to fight the Russian Juggernaut. 

As the Russian military enters major cities during its ongoing invasion of Ukraine, it is facing fierce resistance from Ukrainian forces in densely built urban areas.

Both sides have sustained heavy losses as intense fighting continues.

The Russian army has surrounded all the major cities in Ukraine. Big cities like Mariupol, Kyiv, Kharkiv, Chernihiv and Odessa are facing daily barrages of missiles and bombs by Russian forces. Mariupol, surrounded by Russian forces for three weeks, has turned into ruins. 

The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for the last 46 days. Several rounds of talks have also taken place between the two countries to end the war, but no solution has been found so far. Many countries are also making efforts from their side to end this war as soon as possible, but its result has not yet come out.

In this war, neither President Putin is backing down nor is the President of Ukraine ready to give up. Ukraine president Zelensky has said that his country will not compromise under the terms of Russian President Vladimir Putin. 

Meanwhile, the Russian air force has destroyed 86 Ukrainian military facilities since the evening of April 9, Russian defense ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said on Sunday.

“Operational and tactical aviation of the Russian air force hit 86 Ukrainian military objects. Among them are two control points, two ammunition depots, three fuel bases, three multiple-launch rocket systems, as well as 49 fortified strongholds and areas of concentration of Ukrainian military equipment,” Konashenkov told reporters.


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