Russian Missile Kills 180 Foreign Mercenaries


Russia's special military operation against Ukraine has entered its 19th day, and there are growing signs that the Russian offensive has become more violent. Just yesterday, to take over an airport in Ukraine, the Russian army even fired 30 missiles in a row, which not only cut off Ukraine's ties with the West but also killed nearly 200 mercenaries who came to Ukraine to fight.

On March 13, the British Sky News reported that the Ukrainian Lviv City Regional Military Administration stated that Russia had targeted the Yaroviv military base in the western part of the country near the Polish border - the Yaroviev International Peace and Security Center. Launch an airstrike.

Jaroviev Center for International Peace and Security, 35 km from the border between Ukraine and Poland. - This seems to be the westernmost point of the Russian army's attack in Ukraine since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian war. Since 2015, the United States has regularly sent trainers to the Yaroviev Center for International Peace and Security to train Ukrainian troops, where NATO has also held international exercises.

On March 13, Al-Arabiya reported that the governor of the region, Maxim Kosicky, said that Russian planes fired 30 missiles at the center, although some of them were successfully intercepted by Ukrainian air defense forces, there were still some. Fewer missiles hit the Yaroviev Center for International Peace and Security. Kosicki also announced that the Ukrainian military base was destroyed by Russian missiles, killing at least 35 people and injuring 134.

Reuters reported that Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov said foreign military trainers were working at the Yavoriv military facility, but it was unclear when the airstrike occurred. is in the center.

Meanwhile, the Al-Arabiya/Al-Hadath reporter reported that Russia suspects that the base, which was originally a training center for peacekeepers, has been turned into a place where Western countries and NATO supply weapons to the Ukrainian army. On March 14, Major General Igor Konashenkov, spokesman for the Russian Ministry of Defense, stated that the Russian military used precision-guided long-range weapons to attack the training center of the Ukrainian armed forces in the village of Starich and military training in Javorsky. field, eliminating as many as 180 foreign mercenaries and a large number of foreign weapons.

Earlier, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Ryabkov solemnly stated that Russia has warned the United States that it is an extremely dangerous move to pressure some countries to send arms aid to Ukraine, which will inevitably have serious consequences. of foreign convoys will also be legitimate targets of the Russian military. Ryabkov also pointed out that if weapons such as individual air defense missile systems enter Ukraine, they will be mercilessly attacked by the Russian army.

It is worth noting that at the beginning of the special military operation, the Russian army's targets were mainly concentrated in the northern, eastern and southern regions of Ukraine, including the capital Kyiv. But in recent days, Russian troops have also started to attack central regions of Ukraine, such as Dnipro, and western regions, such as Ivano-Frankivsk. The purpose of Russia's missile bombing of the Yaroviev International Peace and Security Center in the west is to cut off the passage of weapons from the West to Ukraine, thereby achieving the strategic goal of cutting off Ukraine's supply of weapons.

Yesterday, Major General Igor Konashenkov, spokesman for the Russian Ministry of Defense, disclosed that since Russia launched a special military operation, the Russian army has destroyed nearly 3,700 military targets in Ukraine, including 99 Ukrainian aircraft and 1,194 tanks and other armored combat vehicles. vehicles, 121 multiple rocket launchers, 443 field artillery and mortars, 991 special military vehicles, and 128 unmanned aerial vehicles.

Fighting against foreign mercenaries, blowing up airports and cutting off Ukraine's connection with the West, Ukraine's war resources will not be able to be effectively supplemented, and Russia will be more handy in fighting!