Russia destroys lots of of US-made rockets in Ukraine – MoD

A depot containing HIMARS rockets and ammunition for M777 weapon methods was efficiently focused, Russia’s Defense Ministry claimed

Russian forces have destroyed a considerable amount of munitions for American-made weapon methods after placing a depot in central Ukraine, Russia’s Defense Ministry mentioned on Tuesday.

In its each day replace, the ministry claimed that the strike was carried out near the village of Uman in Ukraine’s Cherkasy Region by way of long-range high-precision sea-based weapons and destroyed over 300 rockets for HIMARS a number of rocket launch methods. A considerable amount of ammunition for American M777 howitzers was additionally taken out, it mentioned.

The report follows an replace from August 7, when the ministry claimed to have hit over 45,000 tons of NATO-supplied ammunition in southern Ukraine together with 5 different ammo depots.

In late July, Russia reported eliminating over 100 US-made HIMARS rockets in Ukraine’s Dnepropetrovsk Region, together with 120 Ukrainian army personnel guarding the ability, in addition to international mercenaries and technical specialists.

The ministry says that it’s actively monitoring international fighters and specialists which have arrived in Ukraine, noting that their quantity has been lowered to 2,190 from 2,741 in early July.

It additionally reported that between July eight and August 5, 175 mercenaries joined Kiev’s forces, however mentioned that it’s not sufficient to cowl the losses of their ranks.

“During the specified period, we can reliably confirm the elimination of 335 foreign fighters,” the ministry mentioned, including that one other 398 had left the territory of Ukraine voluntarily.

Russia despatched troops into Ukraine on February 24, citing Kiev’s failure to implement the Minsk agreements, designed to offer the areas of Donetsk and Lugansk particular standing inside the Ukrainian state. The protocols, brokered by Germany and France, had been first signed in 2014. Former Ukrainian president Pyotr Poroshenko has since admitted that Kiev’s important aim was to make use of the ceasefire to purchase time and “create powerful armed forces.”

In February 2022, the Kremlin acknowledged the Donbass republics as unbiased states and demanded that Ukraine formally declare itself a impartial nation that can by no means be a part of any Western army bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was fully unprovoked.

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