Ukrainian Armed Forces shares proof of Tochka-U missile use by Russians

Regardless of the statements by Russian invaders that Tochka-U tactical missiles are allegedly used solely by Ukraine, the Ukrainian Armed Forces has printed the interception of a dialog between representatives of Russia’s army and aerospace forces, which confirms the existence of such missile methods in Russia.

In line with Ukrinform, the related report has been posted by the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Telegram.

“Proof of using Tochka-U tactical missiles by orcs has been printed, regardless of repeated statements by Moscow authorities that Tochka-U tactical missiles are allegedly used solely by the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Right here is the interception of a dialog of the aerospace forces of the horde, which confirms that on March 18, 2022, two An-124 of the aerospace forces of the horde arrived on the airport in Machulishchi. Certainly one of them with the registration quantity RA-82010, beneath name signal 82010, introduced 3 items of Tochka-U tactical missile methods to Belarus,” the report says.

It’s famous, this data is confirmed not solely by the intercepted dialog, but additionally by the video displaying how Tochka-U tactical missiles are transported from the territory of the army airfield in Machulishchi on that day.

As Ukrinform reported, Russian forces launched a missile assault on the prepare station in Kramatorsk on April 8. On the time of the shelling, there have been hundreds of individuals ready to be evacuated to the safer areas of Ukraine. In line with the most recent figures, 59 civilians have been killed and 109 have been injured. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky stated the Russians hit the Kramatorsk prepare station with Tochka-U missiles.

On April 9, in Chernihiv area, the Ukrainian Armed Forces shot down a Russian Tochku-U missile launched by Russian forces from Belarus.


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