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HIMARS is working: Ukrainian special forces destroyed the Russian EW system "Borisoglebsk-2". Video

Ukrainian special forces destroyed the Russian EW system "Borisoglebsk-2"

Ukrainian soldiers from the 3rd separate regiment of the Medoids Special Operations Forces destroyed the Russian electronic warfare system R-934 "Borisoglebsk-2". The enemy's equipment received a "greeting" from rocket artillery with HIMARS/M270 MLRS.

The impressive video was shared on Telegram by Ukrainian journalist and military correspondent Yurii Butusov. He highlighted that Ukrainian defenders "neutralized" the occupiers near the temporarily occupied Donetsk (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the news).

HIMARS is working: Ukrainian special forces destroyed the Russian EW system ''Borisoglebsk-2''. Video

The Security Service of Ukraine showcased the efforts of its Special Forces personnel, who, alongside their comrades from the Defense Forces, are effectively countering Russian invaders in various frontline areas. In the vicinity of Avdiivka, Donetsk region, Central Special Forces "A" fighters eliminated over 160 Russian occupants, three ammunition depots, 70 firing positions, and enemy fortifications over a week.

As reported by OBOZ.UA:

- Ukrainian soldiers "disabled" the enemy's S-60 anti-aircraft artillery system, which dates back to the mid-1940s. To neutralize the Russian gun, our country's defenders utilized the domestic anti-tank missile system Stugna-P.

- Throughout a month of intense combat for Avdiivka in the Donetsk region, Ukrainian soldiers "de-Nazi-fied" over ten thousand occupiers and eliminated hundreds of enemy armored vehicles. The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Valerii Zaluzhnyi, expressed his gratitude to all units and formations for heroically repelling the enemy invasion.

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