The occupants in the Liman direction tried to storm Ukrainian positions, but everything went wrong: the enemy's equipment burned to the ground. Video
In the Liman direction, the enemy tried to storm the positions of Ukrainian National Guard servicemen. In the attack, the occupants used the praised "Breakthrough" tank, which burned down along with other equipment.
This was told by an National Guard officer with the call sign "Fizruk". He emphasized that the defenders are stopping the enemy by all means and means (to view the video, scroll to the end of the news).
According to him, by means of engineer-sapper groups, fighters are constantly making remote mines with specially designed shells. And although a tank hitting mines is a fraction of a probability, Russian equipment does flash on them.
Thus, this time, having been defeated, the Russian attack aircraft moved away from the positions of the National Guard, which were attempting to attack. But then the so-called pride of the aggressor country's tank-building industry - the T-90M "Breakthrough" - came to their aid.
However, the enemy armor did not pass the test of the Liman forests and Ukrainian defenses. The tanks hit mines and lost the ability to move. That was the end of the breakthrough. The NGU soldiers finished off the enemy armored vehicles with the help of anti-tank weapons.
"Fizruk" added that armored vehicles and tanks of the occupants manage to stop thanks to the available weapons.
"We strip them (tanks. - Ed.). First we take measures to prevent them from moving, then we work with all means, from artillery to anti-tank grenade launchers, NLAW, AT4," he summarized.
As reported OBOZREVATEL, earlier the National Guard showed on video the destruction of exactly the Russian tank "Breakthrough". It was discovered and "demilitarized" by aerial scouts of the 27th Pechersk brigade of the NGU.