Ukrainian armed forces say they killed 400 Russian soldiers in Makhivka on New Year’s Day.

Ukraine’s security forces attacked a Russian military base in Makhivika in the occupied Donetsk region on New Year’s Day, killing 400 Russian servicemen and injuring 300 others, according to a Ukrainian publication. true.

The Strategic Communications Department of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (Stratcom) wrote in Telegram that as a result of a precision strike in Makhivka, about 400 Russian soldiers were killed and about 300 were wounded.

Russian Soldiers Local Vocational School No. 19.

Stratcom also released a video from the scene. It shows that the headquarters where the assembled Russians were located was completely destroyed.

The heavy losses suffered by the Russians at Makhivka seem to have been confirmed by Russian propagandists.

This angered Andrei Medvedev at the negligence that led to the loss of more personnel.

“In short, about Makiivka. (…) It is dangerous and criminal to consider the enemy, who has not seen anything in the tenth month of the war, a fool. Placing personnel anywhere in buildings, instead of placing them in shelters, is directly helping the enemy,” Medvedev wrote in a telegram.

At least 15 people were injured in the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) weapon attacks in Makiivka, Russian news agency TASS quoted Moscow-based officials as saying.

TASS reported that one person was killed and five injured, and that the buildings hit included a stadium, a covered bazaar, an art museum, a technical school and a youth center.

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Daniil Besonov, a senior Russian-backed official in the Moscow-controlled areas of Donetsk region, said the technical school had “suffered heavy damage from US MLRS (Multiple Missile Launch System) HIMARS missiles”.

“There were dead and wounded, the exact number is still unknown,” Besonov said on the Telegram messaging app.

“The building itself is badly damaged.”

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