Ukrainian Artillery Destroys Russian Military Positions Near Bakhmut

These images show Ukrainian artillery destroying Russian military positions on the frontlines near Bakhmut with pinpoint accuracy.

The footage shows the Russian military positions being hit and destroyed by the Ukrainian ordnance.

The images were obtained from the 26th Artillery Brigade named after Major General Roman Dashkevich of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Thursday, 29th February, along with a statement saying. “Bakhmut shade of the eastern front. Destruction of a UAV control centre, a warehouse and a MT-12 Rapier gun”.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that between 24th February 2022 and 29th February 2024. Russia had lost approximately 413,760 personnel, 6,593 tanks, 12,552 armoured combat vehicles, 10,070 artillery units, 1,000 multiple launch rocket systems, 690 air defence systems, 342 warplanes, 325 helicopters, 7,768 drones, 1,912 cruise missiles, 25 warships, 1 submarine, 13,152 motor vehicles and fuel tankers, and 1,601 units of special equipment.

Russia claims its forces have re-entered the village of Robotyne, which Ukraine had retaken in August 2023.

Ukrainian Artillery And Drones Destroy Russian Military Positions On Frontlines

According to Russia’s state-run Interfax news agency, the defence ministry says troops have taken over some buildings, but it is unclear if Ukrainian troops have completely withdrawn.

There has been no confirmation from reliable sources.

Robotyne lies between Avdiivka and Kherson, and southeast of Zaporizhzhia, on the frontlines of the Zaporizhzhia oblast.

Ukrainian forces destroy Russian military positions on the frontlines. In Ukraine in undated footage. The footage released by the 26th Artillery Brigade. On Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024. (@26abr/Newsflash)

Ukraine’s forces have shot down 10 Russian aircraft in as many days, including two Su-34 fighter-bombers on 27th February, according to the Ukrainian General Staff.

The UK government stated on Wednesday that Ukraine’s use of donated cruise missiles is the business of its armed forces. Responding to remarks by Germany’s Chancellor Olaf Scholz about potential UK and French involvement in targeting.

Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry warned against Russian interference in Moldova’s breakaway region of Transnistria, citing concerns over separatist leaders seeking “protection” from Moscow. A tactic previously used by Russia to justify invasions.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has suggested joint arms production with south-eastern European countries. Proposing a defence forum and signing a declaration with 10 nations supporting a peace summit in Switzerland this spring at a summit in Tirana.

Poland’s Prime Minister Donald Tusk has discussed a potential temporary border closure with Ukraine over grain tensions. But Ukrainian Deputy PM Kubrakov has stated that Ukraine does not plan to close its borders, emphasising the importance of border stability during the ongoing conflict with Russia.