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Crimea attacked destroying Russia radar system with over 1,000 troops killed

by LLB political Reporter
6th Dec 23 7:06 am

A Ukrainian attack unmanned aerial vehicles struck enemy radar and control systems located in the east of the occupied Crimea.

A source told the Interfax-Ukraine news agency that Russia’s Nebo-M radar system was destroyed in Crimea in the area of Baherove settlement of Yedykuysky.

A Russian helicopter parking lot, the P-18 Terek radar system and the Baikal-1M anti-aircraft missile units control system near the village of Strelkove was also attacked by Ukrainian forces.

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The agency said in a statement on Tuesday evening, “This morning’s clap at military facilities in Crimea is the result of a special operation by the SBU.

“This is how our security service congratulated the occupiers on the International Volunteer Day.”

The Ukrainian defense forces have also eliminated that around 1,030 Russian troops were killed in action over a 24 hour period.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported, “The total combat losses of the enemy from February 24, 2022 to December 05, 2023 approximately amount to: about 333,840 people of military personnel (plus 1,030) people, 5,587 tanks (plus seven) units, 10,416 armored combat vehicles (plus 15) units.

“7,987 artillery systems (plus 26) units, 913 MLRS units, 605 units of air defense (plus three) units, 323 aircraft units, 324 helicopters, 6,032 operational and tactical level UAVs (plus 15), 1,570 cruise missiles (plus one), 22 ships/boats, one submarine, 10,483 automotive equipment and tankers (plus 32) units, and 1,148 units of special equipment (plus seven).”

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