15 – Arestovich announced a new successful attack by the Armed Forces of Ukraine (video) – UNIAN

Warehouses with ammunition of invaders from Crimea were destroyed.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine once again successfully hit Chernobaevka, where the enemy is located / screenshot

The Armed Forces of Ukraine hit the positions of the Russian invaders located at the Chernobaevka airfield (Kherson region) for the 15th time.

This was reported in Facebook Aleksey Arestovich, adviser to the head of the President’s Office, by posting a video of the night strike.

“You will laugh, but … Chernobaevka-15. The ammunition depots of the 22nd Army Corps (Crimea) have been destroyed,” Arestovich wrote.

Attention! The video contains profanity.

He also confirmed the destruction of the cruiser “Moskva”, which was reported the day before.

“Plus, the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation, the cruiser Moskva, made a negative ascent in the area of ​​u200bu200bthe island where it was sent to yuh. Where is“ Moskva ”?“ She drowned, ”added the adviser to the head of the OP.

What is known for “Chernobaevka”

As UNIAN wrote, the military airfield in Chernobaevka Russian troops used as a command post and a gathering place for planes and helicopters, but it is constantly targeted by the Ukrainian military.

For the first time at this airfield, the positions of the Russians were defeated on February 27. However, shortly after the strike by the Ukrainian “Bayraktars”, the Russians deployed new helicopters at the same place.

At least twice in Chernobaevka, high-ranking officials of the Russian army were also killed, including the Russian commander of the 8th Army, Lieutenant General Andrei Mordvichev.

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Until this morning, 14 successful attacks by the Armed Forces of Ukraine were known in this area.

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