The war between Russia and Ukraine has entered its 27th day. Recently, as various high-precision Russian missiles have been put into the battlefield, the Russian army has achieved more and more victories. A number of foreign media broke the news that the missile launched by Russia destroyed a training center in Ukraine, killing a large number of Ukrainian troops and international mercenaries.
On March 21, the British Sky News reported that the Russian Ministry of Defense announced on Monday that the Russian Air Force bombed a Ukrainian military installation in the Rovna region with cruise missiles. "The high-precision cruise missile launched from the air hit the Ukrainian army training center where foreign mercenaries were hiding," Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said.
Regarding the cruise missile bombing of the mercenary training center in Ukraine's Rovna region, on March 21, the Russian Satellite News Agency stated that the combined arms training center in Novelyubomirka, located in the Rovna region, contained a large number of Ukrainian Nazi soldiers and soldiers. A large number of international mercenaries. Major General Igor Konashenkov, a spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, noted that the bombing wiped out more than 80 mercenaries and Ukrainian nationalists.
The head of the Ukrainian Rovna state government, Vitalii Koval, disclosed in a statement posted on social media that Russia fired two missiles at the military training center. A special committee established by the Ukrainian side is currently investigating, and details will be announced later.
In recent days, the Russian military has carried out a series of strikes against high-value targets in Ukraine using cruise and hypersonic missiles, eliminating large numbers of international mercenaries.
On March 20, the Russian Satellite News Agency reported that Major General Igor Konashenkov, spokesman for the Russian Ministry of Defense, announced at a press conference that the Russian army used high-precision guided missiles to attack special operations near Zhitomyr, Ukraine. The troop training center eliminated more than 100 Ukrainian special operations troops and foreign mercenaries.
As early as February 24, when Russia announced a special military operation against Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the purpose of the operation was to "demilitarize and de-Nazify" Ukraine. When Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that tens of thousands of foreign mercenaries would come to Ukraine to fight against Russia, the Russian official firmly stated that as long as these mercenaries dared to come, they would start fighting, and they would never be treated as prisoners of war by these mercenaries.
Russia not only said that but did it. As early as March 13, Russia launched an airstrike on the Yaroviev Center for International Peace and Security, a military base in western Ukraine near the Polish border. The region's governor, Maxim Kosicki, said Russian planes fired 30 missiles at the center, and Major General Igor Konashenkov, spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, said the bombing wiped out as many as 180 foreign employees. soldiers and a large number of foreign weapons.
At present, Russia has bombed the hiding places of international mercenaries in Ukraine at least three times, killing more than 300 people. It is estimated that another wave of mercenaries is about to flee Ukraine.