Ukrainian forces successfully struck two russian radar stations in the Kursk region of russia, inflicting significant damage to the enemy’s surveillance capabilities.
The Defense Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine reported the attack, which took place near the town of Dmitriyev in the Kursk region on November 18.
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The Defense Intelligence of Ukraine revealed that the Ukrainian strike destroyed two expensive russian radar systems, the 55ZH6 Nebo and the Gamma-S1E.
“Two expensive russian radar stations were hit – the 55ZH6 Nebo radar and, probably, the Gamma-S1E system. The overall losses of the enemy are being clarified,” reads the statement.