Russian armed forces destroy ammunition factory in Kyiv, Ukraine


Russian forces destroyed an ammunition factory in Ukraine’s Kyiv region, the Russian Defense Ministry said.

“Overnight, high-precision air missiles destroyed an ammunition factory near Brovary (city) in the Kyiv region,” ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said at a press briefing on Sunday. daily.



He added that 29 militants, including foreign mercenaries, were killed during the rescue of Russian hostages at a mosque in the eastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol, Xinhua news agency reported.

The ministry said Russian forces destroyed 134 aircraft, 249 anti-aircraft missile systems, 470 unmanned aerial vehicles, 2,290 tanks and other armored combat vehicles, 254 multiple rocket launchers, 992 artillery and field mortars and 2,166 units of special military vehicles belonging to the Ukrainian forces.

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