The Ministry of Defense showed a video of Ka-52 strikes on Ukrainian armored vehicles
Russian helicopters Ka-52 “Alligator” struck from a distance of more than 5 km, as a result, a strong point, tanks and armored vehicles of the Ukrainian army were destroyed, the Ministry of Defense reported.
Russian helicopters Ka-52 “Alligator” As part of a special military operation, a stronghold was destroyed, as well as tanks and armored vehicles of the Ukrainian army. The video of the strikes was published by the Russian Ministry of Defense.
“Air strikes were delivered from a distance of more than 5 km. As a result of combat use, the control center, tanks and other armored vehicles of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were destroyed, — cites a message from the TASS ministry.
Russia announced a special operation to “denazify and demilitarize” Ukraine 24 February. Kyiv responded by declaring martial law and general mobilization.
At the end of March, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced the completion of key tasks in the Kiev and Chernihiv directions, and also called the “complete liberation of Donbass” the main task of the Russian troops. Later, the Kremlin stated that the primary goal of the operation— to protect the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics.
Moscow and Kyiv have been negotiating a peace settlement since the end of February, but in April they were suspended and this was confirmed by both sides. The Ukrainian side considered further discussions pointless, while the Russian side blamed Kyiv and Western countries for the failure of the negotiations.
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has stated that he is ready to return to dialogue with Russia only if the territories over which Kyiv has lost are returned control after 24 February. The Russian authorities expressed readiness to return to negotiations, but also said that the special operation would continue until the set goals were achieved.