Pushilin: Ukraine uses Bayraktar TB2 strike drones in Donbass

The Armed Forces of Ukraine used Bayraktar TB2 attack drones in Donbass.

The head of the Donetsk People's Republic, Denis Pushilin, announced the use of Bayraktar TB2 unmanned aerial vehicles by the Ukrainian military in the Donbass. According to Pushilin, such drones are used by the Ukrainian military quite often. At the same time, the head of the DPR did not explain whether it was about delivering strikes, or whether the drones perform secondary tasks: they conduct reconnaissance of the area, correct artillery strikes of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, etc. Apparently, the forces of the self-proclaimed republics have not yet managed to take the situation with these drones under your control.

According to Pushilin, the situation in the Donbass is in an aggravated state. This is due to the fact that NATO countries are transferring their contingent to the territory of Ukraine, weapons are being supplied to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, and Ukrainian military equipment continues to be drawn to the line of contact.

“NATO is approaching the borders of Russia, more and more weapons are being brought into the territory of Ukraine from the United States, Canada, instructors are coming. Ukraine is pulling a huge amount of equipment and personnel to the line of contact, the mobilization of volunteer battalions has been announced there. Ukraine uses attack drones, including quite dangerous ones - I'm talking about Bayraktar. How it should all end is also unclear. Everyone is under quite a lot of pressure.", - said Denis Pushilin.

At the moment, the exact number of UAVs in service with the Armed Forces of Ukraine remains unknown - according to official data, we are talking about 12 drones, however, there is evidence that Turkey could transfer additional UAVs to Kiev, including those controlled from satellites. This allows the Armed Forces of Ukraine to bypass the electronic warfare equipment in service with the DNR and LNR.

Russia prohibits shooting down? Or did they put it like that? in both cases, betrayal continues.

And the NATO satellites through which the drones are controlled have not yet fallen? Well, there's still more to come.



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