UKRAINES GREATEST BLITZ: Defenders Destroy Whole Column Of Russian Tanks And Set Footage Of Destruction To Music

Ukrainian forces destroyed an entire column of Russian tanks and then set the video to a heavy rock soundtrack.

The armour was apparently caught napping on a narrow country road in the eastern Ukrainian region of Donetsk Oblast and the footage was posted this morning.

The video shows a row of Russian tanks on a country road being destroyed by the Ukrainian forces.

The destruction of an enemy tank convoy in the Donetsk region, in Ukraine, in April, 2022. (Boyova grupa K-2 54 OMBr/Newsflash)

Battle group K-2 of the 54th Mechanized Brigade of the Ukrainian Ground Forces said in a statement: “Battle group K-2 is back! For a long time, we were very busy with our work and could not please you with the destruction of the Russian.

“Yes, we have gathered enough material and are back on social media! So, we offer you a short film about the ‘stick’, in the literal sense, of love for our brothers.

“Somewhere in the Donetsk region, two occupying tanks were destroyed and several more left on fire.”

The destruction of an enemy tank convoy in the Donetsk region, in Ukraine, in April, 2022. (Boyova grupa K-2 54 OMBr/Newsflash)

The unit added: “Glory to Ukraine! Glory to the Armed Forces!”

Russia invaded their neighbours Ukraine on 24th February in what the Kremlin called a “special military operation” in the sovereign European country. Today marks the 47th day of the invasion.

From 24th February to 11th April, the total combat losses of Russian troops stand at 19,500 personnel, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The destruction of an enemy tank convoy in the Donetsk region, in Ukraine, in April, 2022. (Boyova grupa K-2 54 OMBr/Newsflash)

The Ukrainian military also claims that Russia has lost 725 battle tanks, 1,923 combat armoured vehicles, 347 artillery systems, 111 MLR systems, 55 anti-aircraft systems, 1540 warplanes, 137 helicopters, 1,387 vehicles, seven vessels, 76 fuel tank trucks, 119 operational-tactical level UAVs, 25 units of special equipment, and four mobile SRBM systems.

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