Ukrainian troops reportedly sent Russian artillery troops rushing after shelling an enemy gun position.
Video footage of the assault shows a series of earth-shattering explosions, understood to be the explosion of guns and ammunition.
The position eventually goes up in a huge ball of fire, sending what appear to be flaming shells randomly through the air.
A series of what appear to be Russian vehicles can then be seen evacuating the area at high speed, apparently as Ukrainian forces advance.
The Ukrainian 59th Motorized Brigade – part of the Ukrainian Ground Forces – claimed responsibility for the destruction of the artillery battery.
The brigade also joked that they sent the second-best army in the world to the bottom of the rankings.
The Ukrainian Brigade said in a statement obtained by Zenger News on Friday, April 15: “Hello Ukraine!
“The armed forces confidently continue to lower the ‘second best army in the world’ to the bottom of the rankings.
“The 59th Motorized Infantry Brigade named after Yakov Gandziuk continues to actively undermine enemy units.”
The brigade added: “Another Russian artillery battery destroyed.”
Russia invaded neighboring Ukraine on Feb. 24 in what the Kremlin calls a “special military operation.”
Friday marks the 51st day of the invasion. From February 24 to April 15, the total combat losses of Russian troops amounted to nearly 20,000 men, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The Ukrainian army also claims that Russia lost 756 battle tanks, 1,976 armored fighting vehicles, 366 artillery systems, 115 MLR systems, 66 anti-aircraft systems, 163 combat aircraft, 144 helicopters, 1,443 vehicles, seven vessels, 76 tankers, 135 operational-tactical level UAVs, 25 special equipment units and four mobile SRBM systems.
Russia has yet to confirm any figures, but called its losses “significant”.
Meanwhile, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz reiterated Berlin’s support for kyiv after Ukraine rejected a visit by President Frank-Walter Steinmeier. Germany has pledged to send more weapons to Ukraine.
The move comes after the United States pledged an additional $800 million in weapons, with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky saying he was “sincerely grateful” to Americans for their military support.
Ukraine claimed its missiles hit a large Russian warship called Moskva, eventually sinking it. Russia, while admitting that the pride and joy of its Black Sea Fleet had sunk, countered by claiming that a fire on board the ship caused the evacuation of its crew and that the ship sank in bad weather. time while being towed.
This story was provided to Newsweek by Zenger News.