Russia-Ukraine War The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for more than 14 months. Russia-Ukraine War During this time, the fighter jets and helicopters of both countries’ forces keep getting shot at by each other. Russia-Ukraine War On Saturday (May 13), Ukraine shot down two Russian fighter planes and two helicopters near its border.
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Both Russia and Ukraine are going through a lot because of the war that is still going on between them. Don’t know where this fight will end, and it’s getting very hard. Russia-Ukraine WarAt the same time, the news said that on Saturday, two Russian fighter planes and two military helicopters were shot down near the border of Ukraine.
Russia-Ukraine War: 2 Russian fighter jets
Sky News says that Ukraine tried to shoot down Russia’s Su-34, Su-35, and Mi-8 fighter planes and helicopters. Rus sia-Ukraine WarAll of these Russian planes were passing over the Bryansk area, which is close to the northeastern part of Ukraine.
Russia-Ukraine War At the same time, people died in Ukraine. Russia-Ukraine War Also, videos shared on Russian social media show what looks like a helicopter being shot down in the Bryansk region of Russia, which borders Ukraine.
The story said that Su-34 fighter bombers, Su-35 fighter jets, and two Mi-8 helicopters were all attacked and shot down at the same time in the Bryansk region, which is next to northeastern Ukraine. Russia-Ukraine War In the meantime, a video is going viral on Russian social media that supposedly shows a helicopter being shot down in the Bryansk area of Russia, which borders Ukraine.
A Su-34 fighter plane went down.
An officer with the emergency services told Russia’s official news agency TASS that, based on what they know so far, the Su-34 fighter jet crashed near Klintsy, about 40 km from the border with Ukraine. Before the crash, the engine had caught fire.
But he didn’t say anything about Su-35 or any other chopper. A Russian war supporter’s Telegram account called Voyenne Osvedomitel showed a video of an explosion that sent a helicopter falling from the sky. The chopper was going down very fast and was on fire.
The number of Ukrainian troops is growing near Bakhmut.
Since the attack, Ukraine has not made a public statement about it. In a tweet, however, Mykhailo Podoli, a top assistant to the President of Ukraine, called the event “Karma.”
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Russian media said that the fighter jets were going to fire missiles and bombs at targets in the Chernihiv region of Ukraine, and the helicopters were going to bring them back, but they were hit before they could. Even though Ukraine hasn’t said anything officially, they usually don’t say anything when there are rumors of attacks in Russia.
A video on the Russian pro-war Telegram channel Voyenne Osvedomitel shows a helicopter burning in the sky, with flames falling to the ground.
While this is going on, the Ukrainian army is getting closer to Russian troops near the war-torn city of Bakhmut in the east. Alexander Sirsky, who is in charge of the Ukrainian Ground Forces, said on social media on Saturday that our troops are making progress in some parts of the front. Even the army of the enemy is losing.