We destroyed several Ukraine air defences donated by a European country: Russia The Informant247

FILE - In this photo taken from a footage distributed by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service on Sept. 26, 2020, Russian rockets launch from missile systems during the main stage of the Kavkaz-2020 strategic command-and-staff exercises at the Kapustin Yar training ground, Russia. Russia's military has, in addition to tanks and other armored vehicles that are perfectly equipped for mud, a range of fighter jets and missiles that are the hallmarks of any modern military. (Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP, File)

Russia has confessed that its troops have neutralized “up to 80” Polish fighters in “precision strikes” in eastern Ukraine.

The Russia has boasted that its troops have completely dominated the city of Severodonetsk in the eastern region.

The Russia’s defence ministry has revealed via a statement on Saturday that “up to 80 Polish mercenaries, 20 armoured combat vehicles and eight Grad multiple rocket launchers were destroyed in precision strikes on the Megatex zinc factory in Konstantinovka.”

Russia has also revealed that it would not tolerate Polish flag in its monuments.

The government of President Vladimir Putin has made this revelation while taking away Polish flag from Soviet massacre memorial.

The president remarked that removing the polish flag was to commemorate the thousands of Poles killed by the Soviet Union.

This came following heightened tensions between Russia and Poland over the ongoing Russo-Ukraine war.

The mayor of Smolensk city, Andrei Borisov while confirming the removal of the flag from the western Russia’s Katyn memorial, said: “There cannot be Polish flags on Russian monuments. Even less so after the frankly anti-Russian comments by Polish political leaders,” Borisov said on social media platform, VKontakte.

He supported the Russian Ministry of Culture for taking away the flag, while insisting the ministry “made the right decision by removing the Polish flag. Katyn is a Russian memorial.”

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