Russian stockpile of Uragan rockets destroyed by Ukrainian military forces | World | New


Video footage released by Ukrainian military forces shows the aftermath of an assault on Russian weapons. The Russian artillery stockpile was located in eastern rural Ukraine at the time of destruction. Ukrainian forces successfully tracked and located the stockpile of BM-27 Uragan rockets using high-end drone systems. The ongoing invasion of Ukraine intensified this week as Ukrainian forces continue to battle Russian troops advancing on their land.

The Ukrainian military followed the Russian stockpile of BM-27 Uragan rockets, strategically placed away from the front lines of the battlefield.

The Ukrainian army managed to hit the stock accurately and precisely.

The aftermath of the Ukrainian attack shows thick heavy rays exploding in the sky.

Video footage shows the smoke cloud was so thick that the flames of fire contained in the area where the weapons stockpile was hit cannot be seen in the drone footage.

Russian officials have not yet announced whether there have been any casualties, and no Russian servicemen can be seen fleeing the scene.

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Social media users have reacted to images of destroyed Russian weapons.

User @Murphy_Duke said: “This is just a litmus test of what will happen to the Russians, its citizens couldn’t advise their president who is looking to be a world power to follow due process but instead went opposed to a peaceful sovereign nation for a genocidal operation. Night will befall you all.”

@DoughBauch said “Be useful if they could capture all that ammo instead of destroying it, but it still weakens the thugs!”

@JonB412 said “The location is probably deep behind enemy lines and no way to get to it or get it out of there.”

@CBohemund said: “Awesome job. Not just the artillery and drones to correct the shot, but also the intel going on behind the scenes to find and identify these ammo dumps. No idea if SOF or local civs or the drones are looking for tire tracks, but everything is fine!”

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@DanielFrishber1 said: ‘Whatever it is, it’s long gone and everyone nearby is too.

@RadicalWoman111 said, “I love how Ukrainian drones still fly over annihilated Russian warships like a righteous Valkyrie. No Valhalla for orcs.”

@Fassty100 said: “At the end of the year, Russia lost its machines and its honor, Ukraine got its land back. Both sides will be lost to an autocrat’s dream of empire… And like in World War II, heroes on both sides, but only the defenders of freedom will be honoured.”

@Rutilo70240642 said: “Today beautiful gestures of ‘goodwill’ are multiplying.”



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