Ukrainian Kamikaze Drones Take Out Russian Tanks On Frontlines

These images show Ukrainian forces blowing up Russian tanks with kamikaze drones on the battlefield.

The footage shows Ukrainian drones honing in on their targets and hitting them, causing huge blasts.

The images were obtained from the Ground Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Thursday, 28th March, along with a statement saying: “Tanks with electronic warfare equipment on ‘grills’, but this did not help them either.

“Thanks to the coordination and cooperation with neighbouring units, the enemy’s assault was stopped.”

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that between 24th February 2022 and 29th March 2024, Russia had lost approximately 440,790 personnel, 6,922 tanks, 13,264 armoured combat vehicles, 10,991 artillery units, 1,023 multiple launch rocket systems, 735 air defence systems, 347 warplanes, 325 helicopters, 8,656 drones, 2,022 cruise missiles, 26 warships, 1 submarine, 14,645 motor vehicles and fuel tankers, and 1,807 units of special equipment.

Poland deployed planes as Ukraine faced a missile attack on Friday morning, the Polish defence force confirmed. They activated Polish and allied aircraft due to increased activity from Russian long-range aviation during missile strikes on Ukraine.

Ukrainian Kamikaze Drones Destroy Russian Military Positions On Frontlines Near Soledar

The operational command ensured the safety of Polish airspace and continues to monitor the situation closely, following a previous incident during which a Russian missile entered Polish airspace during an attack on Ukraine.

Ukrainian kamikaze drones destroy Russian tanks on the frontline. In Ukraine in undated footage. The footage released by the Ground forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. On Thursday, Mar. 28, 2024. (@landforcesofukraine/Newsflash)

Explosions reportedly rocked Ukraine’s Ivano-Frankivsk and Khmelnytskyi regions, as well as Dnipro city on Friday morning as Russian cruise missiles breached Ukrainian airspace.

The Ukrainian Air Force had previously issued warnings of a missile threat across Ukraine overnight.

In Dnipropetrovsk oblast, critical infrastructure was hit. Leading to power outages and leaving a number of people injured, according to Governor Serhii Lysak.

A Russian SU-35 Flanker fighter jet has reportedly crashed into the sea off Sevastopol, Crimea.

The pilot reportedly ejected and rescued, but the cause of the crash remains unclear. Some Ukrainian experts claim it was shot down, while others suggest friendly fire.

Ukrainian Kamikaze Drones Hunt Russian Soldiers On Frontlines

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged US House Speaker Mike Johnson to pass a crucial military aid package during a phone call on Thursday. Johnson has delayed a bill worth USD 60 billion in aid for months. Raising concerns about the support for Ukraine.

Ukrainian kamikaze drones destroy Russian tanks on the frontline. In Ukraine in undated footage. The footage released by the Ground forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. On Thursday, Mar. 28, 2024. (@landforcesofukraine/Newsflash)

The US has instructed American companies producing missile and drone parts to halt shipments to over 600 foreign entities suspected of diverting them to Russia, following the discovery of these parts in Russian munitions in Ukraine.

Matthew Axelrod from the Commerce Department said that letters were sent to over 20 US companies, each listing the foreign entities, and senior US officials are directly engaging with company leaders to prevent further diversion of their products to Russia.

Journalist Mikhail Feldman has been sentenced to two years in prison by a Russian court for criticising Moscow’s military actions in Ukraine. Additionally, over the past day, police in Moscow have arrested five other reporters.

Amid the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, several countries in central and eastern Europe are commemorating the 20th anniversary of their entry into NATO. In 2004, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia joined the alliance. Following earlier admissions of countries like Poland and the Czech Republic.


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