Video footage of Ukrainian gunners destroying a Russian occupying unit is circulating on the Internet. A Ukrainian unit filmed the footage of the aftermath of the assault on Russian troops and posted it online for the rest of the world to see. The war in Ukraine has continued to rage despite calls from world political leaders for Russia to stop its invasion and seek a solution with a peace deal. The Russian bombardment continued, but the Ukrainian forces, albeit with the aid of high-end Western weaponry, pushed back with extreme force.
Plumes of smoke can be seen rising high into the sky, as fires continue to burn where the Russian occupiers were stationed.
We see the smoke and flames intensify as the images scroll.
The video shows four main areas where the Russian gunners were hit, and there is no sign of life on the ground after the obliteration.
The number of Russian casualties is unknown as no announcement has yet been made regarding the incident.
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Social media users reacted to the attack on the Russian military.
One user on Twitter @Ian23166583 said, “Nice black smoke there. Great aiming. Thanks for your work.”
@Marapires805 said: “Congratulations, my congratulations to the Ukrainian army and its allies on the battlefield. Resilience and the will to go forward and win. May the powerful and effective long-range weapons arrive soon Let the world stand together to defeat a powerful terrorist.
@LilyGrutcher said: “ZSU is 10km from Kherson City.”
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky continues to ask for more aid, weapons and funds.
The UK government kept giving but it emerged that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz could stop Spain sending tanks to Ukraine this week.
Twitter media Visegrád 24 tweeted: “Germany has blocked Spain’s plans to send dozens of Leopard 2A4 tanks to Ukraine.
“According to Der Spiegel, the Scholz government warned Spain that this would constitute a derogation from an alleged informal decision by the West not to supply Western tanks to Ukraine.”