Russian officials claim that they downed a Mi-8 helicopter and destroyed two of Ukraine’s counter-reaction radar systems.

The attacks of the Russian army had severely damaged the Ukrainian army, according to the Russian Ministry of Defense.

On November 12, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov, a spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, provided an update on the military situation. He said that a Russian fighter jet had shot down a Mi-8 helicopter belonging to the Ukrainian army.

A Mi-8 helicopter belonging to the Ukrainian Air Force was shot down by Russian fighter jets over the Yasnaya Polyana area in the Zaporizhia region, according to Konashenkov.

General Konashenkov also disclosed that massive assaults are being planned by the Russian military in the Krasny Liman front in the Donbass. Additionally, multiple Ukrainian counterattacks in Lugansk have been repelled by pro-Russian resistance forces.

In the last 24 hours, Russian forces have taken out at least 390 soldiers, one tank, six armoured vehicles, and five military vehicles belonging to the Ukrainian army, according to Konashenkov. “The Russian military intercepted the attacks of four tactical companies of the Ukrainian army in the regions of Svatovo, Ploshchanka, Makeyevka, and Chervonopopovka,” he added.

In addition, two modern anti-aircraft radar complexes AN/TPQ-36 donated by the US to Ukraine were also destroyed by precision weapons attacks by the Russian army.

The counter-response radars are part of a $100 million military aid plan Washington DC gave Kiev in June.

The AN/TPQ-36 counter-reaction radar has been developed and put into service by the US military since 1982. The weapon system was developed by Hughes Aircraft Company and manufactured by two defense contractors Northrop Grumman and Northrop Grumman and Northrop Grumman. Thales Raytheon Systems.

The AN/TPQ-36 radar was equipped with outstanding technologies at that time with the ability to determine the firing position and ballistics of the enemy artillery. This radar can also provide parameters to increase the accuracy of counterattacks. The optimal range of the AN/TPQ-36 radar is 24km.

The onslaught of the past day is believed to be in retaliation for the forced withdrawal of Russian troops from the strategic city of Kherson in southern Ukraine.

In a statement on November 12, the spokesman of the Ukrainian Air Force Yurii Ihnat warned that the Russian military was stocking up on weapons, including missiles and missiles, to prepare to attack targets on Ukrainian territory. .

“Many major events are about to take place, including the G20 summit. The Russian military is likely to launch large-scale attacks on this occasion,” Ihnat said.

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