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Border guards fry occupants' position despite enemy electronic warfare

Ukrainian soldiers defeat a group of Russian infantry using UAVs

Ukrainian border guards used drones to attack the positions of the Russian invaders. The occupiers noticed the approach of the UAV and tried to jam it with electronic warfare.

However, this did not help them: the Ukrainian "bird" reached the target and hit the enemy infantry. The details and video were published by the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine.

Border guards fry occupants' position despite enemy electronic warfare

"The enemy's electronic warfare did not prevent the occupiers from frying their positions. During aerial reconnaissance of one of the flanks of Bakhmut, border guards of the Kramatorsk detachment detected a commotion at enemy positions and sent them an explosive gift. Despite the occupants' attempts to jam the bird, it still reached the target and hit an enemy infantry group," the statement said.

The State Border Guard Service of Ukraine did not disclose any details about enemy losses as a result of the attack.

Border guards fry occupants' position despite enemy electronic warfare

As a reminder, the day before, Ukrainian soldiers killed 900 occupants in the frontline. The defenders also destroyed 39 units of Russian equipment and weapons.

In addition, it was reported that the Ukrainian Defense Forces continue to conduct assault operations south of Bakhmut and hold the defense of Avdiivka . There were 95 combat engagements over the day, about a third of them in the Avdiivka sector.

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