Russian MoD:  Russian forces take full control of Izyum, 60 Ukrainian military targets destroyed  

Moscow, SANA-The Russian Defense Ministry announced that the Russian Armed Forces took full control of the city of Izyum in the Kharkov province this morning and continued to carry out the missions of the special operation in Ukraine.

The Russian operational and tactical aviation destroyed 60 military targets in Ukraine last night, including two command centers, two missile launchers, 4 ammunition depots and 47 Ukrainian weapons and combat equipment staging sites, and two drones were shot down, the Ministry’s spokesman, Major General Igor Konashenkov, said in a media briefing today.

Konashenkov added that yesterday evening and last night, Ukrainian military installations were targeted with high-precision weapons from long distances, and as a result 13 anti-aircraft missile systems were destroyed, including 9 “S-300” and 4 “Buk-M” systems. 1” in the town of Danilovka, to the south of Kyiv, the destruction of a command post and rocket artillery in the town of Bakhmut in the Donetsk region, as well as the temporary headquarters of a battalion of nationalists in Lysychansk City.

He stated that since the beginning of the special operation, 257 drones have been shot down, in addition to destroying 202 anti-air defense missile systems have been destroyed, 1,572 tanks and other armored vehicles, 160 rocket launchers, 633 field artillery guns, as well as 1,379 special military vehicles.

Konashenkov noted that the Russian Ministry of Defense continues to study documents received from workers of Ukrainian biological laboratories about secret US military biological activity in Ukraine.

He announced that the Russian Ministry of Defense will soon publish documents showing that the biological “UB2” project, which was developed and approved by the Pentagon.

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