CAESAR is on the hunt: Reznikov shows how the Ukrainian Armed Forces are using French and Danish self-propelled artillery systems. Video

Reznikov shows how the Ukrainian Armed Forces use CAESAR on the frontline

The Ukrainian Armed Forces are actively using French 155mm CAESAR self-propelled artillery systems at the front. The Defence Forces received these systems from France and Denmark.

The footage of the movement of the self-propelled artillery systems, filmed by our defender, was shared on Twitter by the Minister of Defence of Ukraine Oleksiy Reznikov (to watch the video, scroll to the bottom of the page). He thanked the partners for their military assistance.

"When the Russian occupier goes to bed, he does not know that CAESAR has gone on a night hunt that will be glorious. But he is scared. And cowards die many times before the real death," the head of the Ministry of Defence wrote.


The published video shows how our military transported CAESAR and prepared them for operation. All this was done at night to hide the weapons from prying eyes.


About two months ago, Reznikov said that the CAESAR self-propelled artillery systems transferred by Denmark were already on combat duty in Ukraine. The country has handed over all of its self-propelled artillery systems of this type to our Armed Forces.


As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, French journalists showed the operation of CAESAR artillery systems at the frontline of Ukraine. These self-propelled artillery systems helped to destroy the enemy near Vuhledar, where the Russian offensive intensified.

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