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While Putin has already lost 20,000 men, a video shows a brave Ukrainian vehicle taking on a much more powerful Russian tank and WINNING

It’s the incredible moment when a Ukrainian armored vehicle fearlessly engages a much more powerful Russian tank in a fierce firefight – and WINS.

Incredible drone footage appears to show a Ukrainian BTR-4 spraying its fury at the invaders’ tank in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine.

Despite its 40mm armour, the BTR-4 appears to fire a barrage of fire from its 30mm cannon, inflicting heavy damage on Putin’s war machine.

In the spectacular battle of David and Goliath, bullets can be seen whizzing through the air.

After detonating what appears to be a Russian T-72 tank, a raging flame engulfs it and eventually obliterates it, leaving the vehicle in ruins.

The embarrassing situations occur despite the fact that Putin’s battle tanks are equipped with 125mm guns, which are more than FOUR TIMES the size of a BTR-4.

Despite its 40mm armour, the BTR-4 appears to fire a barrage of fire from its 30mm cannon, inflicting heavy damage on Putin’s war machine.

In the spectacular battle of David and Goliath, bullets can be seen whizzing through the air.

After detonating what appears to be a Russian T-72 tank, a raging flame engulfs it and eventually obliterates it, leaving the vehicle in ruins.

The embarrassing situations occur despite the fact that Putin’s battle tanks are equipped with 125mm guns, which are more than FOUR TIMES the size of a BTR-4.

This is a family of Soviet/Russian main battle tanks that entered production in 1969.

According to the latest figures, Putin’s thugs have lost 756 battle tanks since the fighting began on February 24.

This is on top of predictions that Russia lost 20,000 men in just 50 days of fighting.

They also witnessed the destruction of 163 planes and 144 helicopters in the skies of war-torn Ukraine.

Russia’s latest military defeat comes as the Kremlin redeploys troops east following a disastrous attempt to retake kyiv.

REDEPLOYMENT

Putin is now focusing his efforts in the Donbass region, which has been plagued by a battle since 2014 between government forces and pro-Russian rebels.

The same year, Russia annexed Crimea and recognized the independence of the rebel districts of Donbass.

Moscow now plans to use the Donbass to create a strategic corridor between Crimea and its own sovereign territory.

This implies that highways like the one depicted in the video will continue to be battlegrounds for months to come.

According to a senior US defense official, the Russian military is still gathering helicopters and other equipment for such an operation.

Worryingly, after rebuilding after suffering heavy losses, it is expected to deploy more ground combat forces to the region.

However, it is unclear when Russia will launch a larger attack in Donbass.

It comes after the Russian flagship, the Moskva, was sunk by a spectacular missile strike by the Ukrainians.

HUMILIATION

After taking direct hits from two Neptune anti-ship missiles, the ship, a 40-year-old icon of Russian military strength, was reduced to a smoldering ruin.

The ship then sank while being towed to the Crimean naval port of Sevastopol.

According to kyiv sources, Captain First Rank Anton Kuprin, 44, was killed when the ship was hit by the missiles.

It is said that around 50 crew members are still alive, having been picked up by a Turkish vessel.

Fourteen others were apparently airlifted to the port of Sevastopol, leaving more than 450 whose fate is unknown.

Nighttime video from Sevastopol shows dozens of automobiles allegedly belonging to sailors still parked at the port, implying that their owners have not arrived.

The loss of the Soviet-era Moskva in the Black Sea prompted Russia to retaliate violently, later claiming to have bombed the factory that made the missiles that sank their prized flagship.

On Thursday night, the Defense Ministry said it blew up the “Vizar” factory on the outskirts of kyiv, which it says manufactures Neptune anti-ship missiles.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, seeking violent revenge for the sinking, then launched a new bombing campaign against kyiv, promising more strikes in the future.

“The frequency and size of missile strikes against Kyiv targets will increase in reaction to any terrorist action or act of sabotage on Russian territory undertaken by the nationalist government in Kyiv,” the Russian Defense Ministry warned in a statement. .

According to Ukrainian MP Lesia Vasylenko, strikes then rocked the capital kyiv on Thursday evening.

The skies over kyiv have been lit up with numerous explosions, according to social media footage, and these appear to be the largest strikes since Russia pulled out of the city earlier this month.

Explosions were also heard in the southern city of Kherson, the eastern city of Kharkiv and the western city of Ivano-Frankivsk in Ukraine.

While Mariupol is expected to fall within hours of weeks of valiant fighting in which the coastal city has been shelled repeatedly by Russian soldiers.

The city serves as the final link in Russia’s attempt to build a land bridge that will provide them with extended access to the Black Sea.