Russian armed forces with high-precision missiles have shut down a logistics terminal at a military airport near Odessa in southern Ukraine, where a number of US and EU weapons have been stored.
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Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said, “This afternoon, Russian space forces’ long-range, high-precision air missiles shut down a logistics terminal at a military airport near Odessa.”
“A large stock of foreign weapons from the United States and European countries was stored at the site,” he explained.
According to Konashenko, Russian troops attacked 22 Ukrainian military installations during the day with high-precision aerial missiles of the Russian space forces, killing 200 nationalists.
In the Ilyichevka and Kramatorsk regions, three warehouses for weapons, military equipment and ammunition were destroyed.
In addition, Russian space forces aircraft attacked 79 Ukrainian military installations, including three Buk-M1 complexes and a Tor anti-aircraft missile system.
“During the day, operational-tactical and military air traffic of the Russian space forces attacked 79 Ukrainian military installations, including six command posts, 52 concentrated areas of Ukrainian military manpower and equipment, as well as 16 warehouses for rockets and artillery, weapons, ammunition and fuel.”
Russian air defense systems destroyed three Ukrainian UAVs in the Izyum and Kherson settlements, including the Bayraktar TB-2 Losovaya settlement in the Kharkiv region, it added.
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