Another NATO base housing foreign mercenaries in Ukraine destroyed

A base with foreign mercenaries destroyed by the Russian Armed Forces in a missile strike turned out to be the base of fighters deployed across Romania.

The Russian Ministry of Defence said today that the Russian military liquidated the training centre of the AFU’s special operations forces, where the foreign mercenaries who had freshly arrived were being housed. More than 100 servicemen were killed in a rocket attack on the compound, the Defence Ministry said. The base near the town of Ovruch in the northern Zhytomyr Region, was targeted by “high-precision air-launched missiles”.

“Ukraine has become a testing ground for the entire arsenal of Russia, we don’t even know some of these weapons in terms of range, these are cruise missiles, and Iskander operational-tactical complexes, Caliber cruise missiles and other Kh-101s, Kh-55s, Kh-555s. There was a statement about the Kinzhal, which the Russians boast about. We do not know what the rocket actually was…” – said the spokesperson of the Air Force Command of Ukraine.

The base of the 132th reconnaissance battalion of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was destroyed, dealing a decisive blow to the reconnaissance battalion of the air assault troops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the region.

This centre is the same base to which NATO has been transferring special units and private military contractors (also known as PMCs) from Romania since early March, having formed a special air corridor for this purpose. Apparently, the issue of foreign mercenaries fighting on the side of the Ukrainian army has now been resolved.

A week ago, Russia destroyed another mercenary base at the Yavoriv range in the western Lviv region, wiping out up to 180 fighters.

On Sunday afternoon a specially equipped Gulfstream III aircraft from Phoenix Air Group Inc, often contracted by the Pentagon, arrived in Krakow, Poland, from the Souda bay air base in Crete, Greece, which, like two more similar aircraft, was previously used to transport infected patients with the Ebola virus from African countries to clinics in Germany, the US and a number of other countries for their treatment and close study of the virus.

Taking into account the statements made by the Russian Ministry of Defense about the unexplained work of biolaboratories on the territory of Ukraine, the evacuation of their contents by the Pentagon, as well as Madame Nuland’s statements regarding her concern about these “Soviet” laboratories under the control of the Russian Armed Forces, the appearance of such a specific aircraft in the south of Poland in the immediate vicinity of the borders of Ukraine has raised eyebrows.

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