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Ukrainian army destroys Russian hideout in the forest with a series of explosions – World News

In the footage, a Ukrainian drone appears to be locating a hidden Russian base with armored vehicles and ammunition crates in the woods.

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The moment the Ukrainian army destroyed the Russian hideout in the forest

This is the moment the Ukrainian army destroys a hidden Russian base in the woods with a series of explosions seen in dramatic footage.

The 30th Mechanized Brigade of the Ukrainian Ground Forces, named after Prince Konstanty Ostrogski, said yesterday: “On Thursday Maundy we skillfully wiped out the occupiers of Ukraine.”

Orthodox Easter takes place this weekend with Good Friday being celebrated on April 22 and Easter Sunday taking place on April 24.

In the footage, a Ukrainian drone appears to be locating a hidden Russian base with armored vehicles and ammunition crates in the woods.

The Ukrainian defense forces blew up the target and a series of explosions were seen in the trees as the shells were believed to have been caused by the flames.

According to the Ukrainian military, the footage was shot by a drone after it was used for reconnaissance operations in the area.







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Earlier this week, the Ukrainian military said the 30th Mechanized Brigade attacked a convoy of Russian trucks delivering supplies to the invaders.

After the Russian convoy was destroyed in the attack, the Ukrainian brigade said ammunition exploded inside the burning vehicles.

Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24 in what the Kremlin called a “special military operation”.

Today marks the 58th day of the invasion.







The 30th Mechanized Brigade of the Ukrainian Ground Forces said yesterday: ‘On Thursday Maundy we skillfully wiped out the occupiers of Ukraine’
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From February 24 to April 22, the total combat loss of the Russian army was 21,200 people, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The Ukrainian military also claims that Russia has lost 838 battle tanks, 2,162 armored combat vehicles, 397 artillery systems, 138 MLR systems, 69 air defense systems, 176 combat aircraft, 153 helicopters , 1,523 vehicles, 8 ships, 76 fuel tankers, 172 tactical-combat UAVs, 27 special equipment units and four mobile SRBM systems.







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The US has supplied a large number of Javelin anti-tank missile systems to Ukraine.

Russia has also been hit hard by international sanctions following its invasion of Ukraine, with the country’s tank production line said to be struggling due to supply shortages.

Meanwhile, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for a four-day pause in hostilities in Ukraine to mark Orthodox Holy Week and authorize the delivery of humanitarian aid and the evacuation of civilians.







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He said: “The humanitarian need is very serious. People do not have food, water, supplies to treat those who are sick, injured or simply to get through the day.

“Inspired by Holy Week, I call on all parties and all peace advocates worldwide, to join my Easter call.

“Save lives. Stop bloodshed and destruction.”

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