Sunday, December 4, 2022

Ukraine Hits Back With Missile Strike On Military Base In Russian Territory Of Briansk Province

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A Ukrainian missile strike blasted a military base inside Russian territory yesterday.

The target in western Briansk province was hit with what is thought to have been a Tochka-U missile.

Mad Vlad’s officials claimed the strike had hit homes in the village of Zaimishche, around 30 miles inside Russia, in the early morning blitz, which left up to four people injured and caused a power blackout.

The attack came as Russia tightened its grip on Severodonetsk.

Russian troops now control 80 per cent of the city in eastern Ukraine.

Officials said the city’s three bridges across the Siversky Donets river had been destroyed and Ukrainian troops were almost totally cut off.

British fighter Jordan Gatley was shot and killed in Severodonetsk last week.

It came as Kyiv appealed for heavy weapons to turn the tide against tyrant Russian president Vladimir Putin.

Western defence ministers are due to meet in Brussels today to discuss more aid.

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, has a shopping list that includes 1,000 heavy artillery howitzers, 300 multiple launch rocket systems, 500 tanks, 2,000 armoured vehicles and 1,000 drones.

Photo Credit: Getty 

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