Russian army destroys Ukrainian ammunition depot in Kremennaya district


Russian armed forces have destroyed a Ukrainian ammunition depot in the Kremennaya district, the Russian Defense Ministry reported.

“An ammunition depot of the Ukrainian army’s 66th Mechanized Brigade was destroyed in the Petrovskoye settlement area in the Lugansk People’s Republic,” the report said.

Task Force “West” units, supported by aircraft and artillery, improved the forward line situation on the Kupyansk axis. Over the past 24 hours, they repelled five attacks by assault group of Ukraine’s 68th Jaeger Brigade and 32nd and 43rd Mechanized Brigades in the areas of Sergeyevka and Novoyegorovka (LPR).

Enemy losses amounted up to 50 servicemen, two cars, one Polish “Krab” self-propelled howitzer and two D-20 howitzers.

“On the Krasny Liman axis, Task Force “Center” units, aircraft, artillery and heavy flamethrower systems repelled two attacks by 67th Mechanized Brigade in the Chervonaya Dibrova settlement in the Lugansk People’s Republic. The Ukrainian army lost on this axis up to 55 servicemen, three armored fighting vehicles,” one “Msta-B” and one D-30 howitzer,” the Defense Ministry said.

Over the past 24 hours, 32 Ukrainian drones including a Tu-141 “Strizh” were shot down in the areas of Kovalyovka and Golikovo (LPR), Soledar and Blagodatnoye (DPR), Mirnoye, Novoukrainka and Tokmak in the Zaporozhye region and Obryvka in the Kherson region.


The Ukrainian government launched the so-called anti-terrorist operation against Donbass in April 2014.  The peace talks failed to reach tangible results due to Kiev’s position to settle the conflict by force.

President Vladimir Putin announced a special military operation on February 24, 2022 to protect Donbass residents from Ukrainian aggression. Prior to that, LPR and DPR Heads Leonid Pasechnik and Denis Pushilin asked the Russian leader to provide military assistance.*i*sb

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