Ukraine’s Wild Video: AA Missile Strikes Russia’s Fearsome Hind Helicopter!

A video is making headlines on social media, and that’s an example of the savage accuracy that Ukraine has claimed in helping in the fight off Russia’s superior numbers.

BBC shared the video with caveats, and we have to emphasize that in the flood of videos, we can’t confirm if this is real or fake.

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“Stark video of a Russian helicopter being shot down by Ukrainian forces. The pictures – showing a Russian MI-24 helicopter being struck by a surface-to-air missile – come from a Ukrainian government source. It’s not clear where exactly in Ukraine the strike took place,” the BBC’s Yalda Hakim tweeted.

Bellingcat group stated that the video was genius and was shot in Kyiv.

Ukraine Ministry of Defense tweeted the video with a message:

‘’This is how the Russian occupiers are dying. This time in a helicopter!” according to a translation provided by Business Insider.’

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“Ukraine will win this war,” Kuleba said according to the New York Times:

“This is the people’s war for their land,” he said, according to The Guardian.

“The question is the price of our victory. And if our partners continue to take bold, systemic decisions to step up economic and political pressure on Russia, if they continue to provide us with necessary weapons, the price will be lower,” he said, the Times reported.

“This will save many lives in Ukraine, many houses; many children will be born, many sufferings will be avoided. This is the only question that is on the agenda.”

“If anyone in the world one day starts feeling sanctions fatigue, for example, then more people in Ukraine will be dying, suffering,” he said, according to The Guardian.

Kueba blasted NATO for refusing to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine.

“I think it’s a sign of weakness … It’s the people of Ukraine who will pay the price for the reluctance of NATO to act,” he said.

“We’re in it with Ukraine — one way or another, short run, the medium run, the long run,” he said, the Times reported.

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“But every war ends with diplomacy and with talks, so we have to continue talking,” Kuleba said.

“Thousands of people in Ukraine sacrifice their lives — men, women, old, young — to defend the country. When we prevail, and I have no doubt that we will, we will build a new Ukraine. And that country will be even better than the one that Russia destroyed.”


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