Ukraine shoots down 11th Russian plane in two weeks blasting Putin jet out of sky as they’ve cost Vlad nearly $1BILLION – The Sun


UKRAINE has actually apparently downed one more Russian boxer jet – the 3rd in simply 3 days.

The Air Force of Ukraine’s Armed Forces declared today that the Su-34 fighter-bombing plane was struck in the “eastern direction”.


A Russian Su-34 bomber was apparently downed in the ‘eastern instructions’Credit: East2West
Ukraine's air force announced the hit on Telegram


Ukraine’s flying force introduced the appealed Telegram

The flying force composed on Telegram: “Today, February 29, is a date that occurs once every four years, but it is already a familiar day for Russians with the loss of another plane.

“Minus Su-34 in the Eastern instructions! Thanks for the job!”

Yesterday, Ukraine’s flying force declared to have actually ruined two of the Russian jets in a solitary day.

The affirmed assault comes throughout amidst a terrible time for Vladimir Putin, that prior to today had actually currently shed $870million (£687million) worth of Russian battle aircrafts in simply 10 days.

It brings the overall number of Russian aircrafts fired out of the sky by Ukrainian militaries to 11 – in simply two weeks.

On Tuesday early morning, Ukraine downed a Russian Su-34 fighter-bomber on the eastern front.

Another Su-34 airplane was fired out of the sky that very same mid-day.

Each Su-34 blitzed is approximated to be worth concerning $50million (£39million), significance Putin has actually currently shed some $920million (£727million) worth of battle aircrafts in an issue of days.

The been afraid airplanes are the Russian flying force’s leading strike aircrafts and their proceeded devastation notes a terrible problem for Putin.

Before Tuesday, one more 8 battle aircrafts were wiped out by Ukraine in simply 10 days adhering to a number of effective strikes.

Six of the aircrafts struck were Russia’s precious Su-34s, and the various other two were Sukhoi Su-35s, with a consolidated worth of $170million (£134million).

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