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DIU agents hit enemy logistics center and rare Zhitel jamming station. Photo

DIU servicemen destroy enemy targets in Donetsk region

Yesterday, Ukrainian reconnaissance men attacked a logistics center of Russian troops together with equipment and combat vehicles. The defenders also burned down Russian's rare R-330Zh Zhitel jamming system.

The occupiers suffered such losses in the temporarily occupied territory of Donetsk region. The consequences of the attack on July 7 were reported by the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine.

"Reconnaissance men at the front burned down Russian Zhitel jamming station and logistics center," reads the description to the images with the consequences of the damage.

DIU agents hit enemy logistics center and rare Zhitel jamming station. Photo

An aerial reconnaissance unit of the 45th Separate Artillery Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine helped the DIU to carry out the operation. The warriors scouted the aggressor's military facilities in the occupied territory and inflicted fire on July 6.

DIU agents hit enemy logistics center and rare Zhitel jamming station. Photo

In particular, in Debaltseve, they hit the logistics center, where the Russian occupiers stored tank equipment and ammunition.

DIU agents hit enemy logistics center and rare Zhitel jamming station. Photo

The defenders also destroyed Russian R-330Zh Zhitel jamming communication station in Novoluhanske. Experts say that this is a highly expensive (the exact price is unknown) station as it is really effective and valuable for the enemy. Not many units of this equipment were manufactured in the aggressor country, and the Defense Forces have already destroyed more than one such stations during the full-scale war.

DIU agents hit enemy logistics center and rare Zhitel jamming station. Photo

"The hunt continues! Glory to Ukraine!" the DIU emphasized.

DIU agents hit enemy logistics center and rare Zhitel jamming station. Photo

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