Russia seizes US tanks and gives them to Ukraine, dealing Joe Biden a nightmarish blow

The ministry released a statement with a little video that read: “Leopard tanks and Bradley infantry combat vehicles. These are the prizes we won.

The “equipment of the Ukrainian armed forces in the Zaporizhzhia region.”

It comes less than a week after President Biden unveiled a fresh $300 million military aid package for Ukraine that includes high-tech equipment like drones to enable long-range strikes.

    Russia has published pictures of heavy artillery produced in the US and Germany that was captured on the Ukrainian front line and has labelled the weapons ‘trophies’.

    The Russian defence ministry described how the equipment—Leopard 2 tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles—was taken during a fight in the Zaporizhzhia area as a jab at Kyiv’s friends in the West.

    The ministry released a statement with a little video that read: “Leopard tanks and Bradley infantry combat vehicles. These are the prizes we won.

    The “equipment of the Ukrainian armed forces in the Zaporizhzhia region.”

    It comes less than a week after President Biden unveiled a fresh $300 million military aid package for Ukraine that includes high-tech equipment like drones to enable long-range strikes.

    Early intelligence suggests Ukrainian forces are having an effect on the front lines of the counteroffensive, where fierce combat is taking place.

    The biggest nuclear plant in Europe is located in Zaporizhzhia and is now governed by the Kremlin.

    According to military observers, it will be crucial for Volodymyr Zelensky’s forces to retake in the next weeks.

    It is almost 200 kilometres away from another major hotspot in eastern Donetsk.

    US

    Overnight, missiles rained down on the hometown of the president of Ukraine, killing at least 10 and injuring more than twenty.

    A warehouse and residential structure were reportedly hit in Kryvyi Rih, which is 200 kilometres west of Zaporizhzhia.

    More terrorist projectiles, Zelensky responded on Telegram.

    “Russian killers are still at war with residential structures, regular cities, and people.”

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