Zaporozhye airport terminal was destroyed 02:25

The airport terminal in Zaporozhye, under the control of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU), was destroyed as a result of the attack carried out by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (AF) on May 25. The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine reported this on its Telegram channel.

It is stated that the airport terminal building was destroyed due to an “enemy missile hit”.

Vladimir Rogov, chairman of the sovereignty commission of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation and co-chairman of the coordination council for the integration of new territories, previously stated that the Russian Armed Forces damaged the building where the Ukrainian Armed Forces stored weapons. and ammunition. He also emphasized that the use of the airport by civil aviation ended after the start of the special operation.

Previously, military specialist captain of the first rank of the reserve Vasily Dandykin registeredIt was stated that the attack of the Russian army on a warehouse of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) in the Dnepropetrovsk region, which may contain American ATACMS missiles, was a significant aid in repelling attacks against the air defense forces of the Russian Federation.

Previously Russia Shot with “Dagger” By the decision-making centers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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Source: Gazeta

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