Ukrainian Drone Successfully strikes Russian Missile launcher (Watch Video)

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  • The Ukrainian  military published a video on Sunday which shows a Turkish armed drone carrying out strikes against Russian forces 
  • Aerial footage was shot by a Turkish-made Bayraktar TB2 drone
  • Video was published on the Facebook page of the Ukraine forces’ commander-in-chief, who said the strike took place near the city of Malyn, northwest of Kyiv
  • On Saturday, Ukrainian forces released video from a drone video which showed another Russian convoy being struck, this time in the southern city of Kherson 

The Ukrainian Air Force has carried out two drone strikes on Russian targets using Turkish-made drones, officials said.

Lt. Gen. Mykola Oleshchuk, the chief of Ukraine’s Air Force, confirmed they used ‘life-giving’ Bayraktar TB2 drones.

 

The Ukrainian Embassy released footage of a Russian convoy consisting of more than a dozen vehicles blown to pieces by the strike.

The footage was shot near the city of Malyn, about 60 miles northwest of Kyiv.

Ukraine's Air Force claims to have conducted successful drone attacks against Russian forces

In one image shot by a Turkish drone, a purported convoy of Russian trucks is shown driving

Seconds later, the entire group are blown to bits having been the victims of a drone strike

Ukrainian servicemen push a Bayraktar TB2 drone, or unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV), file photo from June 2021

Ukrainian servicemen push a Bayraktar TB2 drone, or unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV), file photo from June 2021

The Air Force said that one of the strikes occurred in the town of Chornobaivka, in southern Ukraine.

The area has been the focus of intense fighting in the past few days.

‘Never a rose without a thorn,’ the embassy wrote in one of the tweets. ‘Russian invaders have to put up with Bayraktar TB2s.’

On Saturday, Ukrainian forces released another drone video which showed a Russian convoy being hit by a drone strike, this time in the southern city of Kherson.

The first shipments of the Turkish-made drones began arriving in Ukraine in 2019 reports the Wall Street Journal.

The TB2 aircraft are able to stay in the air for 25 hours at a height of 25,000 feet with the pilot able to control it from several hundred miles away.

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