Ukraine - Russia Invasion conflict

According to a video and information published by the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Ka-52 nicknamed Alligator is the most used attack helicopter operated by the Russian armed forces to conduct combat operations on Ukrainian territory. In this article, the Army Recognition editorial team explains the combat capabilities of the Russian-made Ka-52 attack helicopter.

According to Ukrinform, Ukrainian guerilla fighters stopped a Russian armored train in Melitopol by exploding a bomb on the railway track: "An explosive device planted on the railway track detonated under a railcar with personnel. As a result, the railroad track and equipment were damaged". But several hours later, presidential adviser Oleksiy Arestovych gave a conflicting account, saying Ukrainian forces had blown up the tracks ahead of the train.

On May 13, 2022, a video was published to the Russian social network "VK" showing a firing test of the new Brimstone anti-tank truck-mounted launcher system developed by Ukraine to counter Russian main battle tanks and armored vehicles. In this video, an exclusive interview about the new anti-tank version of the Brimstone missile mounted on a Polish BMP-1 (BWP-1) tracked armored IFV (Infantry Fighting Vehicle).

According to Suspilne, referring to an article published by British newspaper The Times, Russian leaders have drafted an elaborate plan to invade Moldova soon, which could lead to a repeat of a “Donbas” scenario in the region, Ukrinform reports. There are a “number of indicators” pointing to an attack in the near future on the former Soviet state, which has only 3,250 soldiers in its army, Ukrainian intelligence sources suggest. Support would be provided by pro-Russian separatists of Transnistria.

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