The Russian ministry of defense released a short video showing what it says are two Russian helicopters carrying out a night raid against military targets in Ukraine.
Crews of Russian Ka-52 helicopters have conducted missile strikes on a Ukrainian military stronghold at night, destroying it along with several armored vehicles.Russian Ministry of Defense
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While Russia insists that its ‘special military operation to protect the people of Donbas’ is limited to specific goals in addition to the protection of the Russian speaking majority in the Donbas provinces of Donetsk and Lugansk (Luhansk), the disarming of Ukraine to maintain its neutral status based on the Budapest agreement of 5 December 1994, the de-Nazification of Ukraine after the rise of what Russia calls NATO-sponsored Nazi battalions embedded within the Ukrainian army who until the beginning of the Russian military operation were accused by the ‘Collective West’ of committing war crimes, the US-led West saw in the events an opportunity to weaken Russia as a nation in order to impose their hegemony over the world’s largest country and wealthiest nation with riches.
The Russian ‘special military operation in Ukraine’ is going into its 3rd month with NATO countries pouring massive quantities of weapons and depriving their own citizens of their hard-earned tax monies to finance their proxy-turned direct war against Russia with tens of billions of dollars, NATO’s unstated motto is: ‘fight Russia until the last Ukrainian,’ and their stated policy is to ‘weaken Russia to disable it of any emergence on the global arena.’
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