Ukrainian drones eliminate Russian Grad in the vicinity of Bakhmut. Spectacular video
Ukrainian soldiers effectively destroyed a Grad multiple rocket launcher system on the outskirts of Bakhmut. The Russian occupiers brought the MLRS to a combat position and fired at the positions of the Ukrainian military, but they did not have time to hide.
As a result of the two strikes, the enemy equipment was completely disabled. The Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine Mykhailo Fedorov announced this on Telegram (scroll to the bottom of the page to watch the video).
According to him, the Grad MLRS was destroyed as a result of the effective work of the Special Forces with two powerful Pegasus kamikaze drones. Having fired at the positions of the Ukrainian military, the Russians tried to quickly flee the scene.
Thanks to the effectiveness of the Pegasus UAVs and the skill of the Ukrainian military, the occupiers' equipment was destroyed. The first drone hit the undercarriage of the Grad, and the second drone completely disabled the MLRS.
"Thanks to your help, the Army of Drones will soon have even more drones. Keep donating through UNITED24 or on the main screen of Diia," urged Fedorov.
As a reminder, the enemy's activity in the Bakhmut sector has decreased. This is due to powerful strikes by the Armed Forces of Ukraine and significant losses of enemy personnel, which Russia is unable to quickly compensate for.
Earlier, it was reported that the Armed Forces of Ukraine could launch a new phase of operations in the Bakhmut sector and complicate the planned Russian operation to transfer the positions of the Wagner PMC to regular troops in the city.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- the National Guard reported that Ukrainian troops continue to make progress on the flanks of Bakhmut. The country's defenders are advancing to the north and south of the city destroyed by the Russian occupiers;
- On May 25, the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine reported that the Russian PMC Wagner had indeed withdrawn its mercenaries from the suburbs of Bakhmut in the Donetsk region. However, they have been replaced by units of the Russian Armed Forces, and Wagner's mercenaries are still in the city.