The Ukrainian military has shot down two Russian aircraft on the Lysychansk and Bakhmut fronts on 28 November, Yurii Ihnat, Spokesperson for the Air Force of Ukraine, said in a statement.
“Yesterday we got plenty of results… Because there were no planes in our reports for a long time. On the eastern front, we have shot down a Su-24 and a Su-25, a bomber and an attack aircraft. That’s where the heavy battles take place. We know that girls and boys ‘made of steel’ are fighting there.
As a result, Russian aviation has become more active on this front…But we have reduced it slightly.”
When asked by journalists where it happened, Ihnat said, “on the Lysychansk and Bakhmut fronts”.
Meanwhile, Ukraine’s Air Forces struck three concentrations of enemy manpower, weapons, and materiel.
The morning report of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine stated that the Air Force carried out three strikes on clusters of Russian personnel, weapons, and military equipment over the past day. Ukrainian defenders shot down Russian Su-25 and Su-24 aircraft.
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