The Russian military, which has surrounded Ukraine on three sides, has begun intensive training with Belarus. About 30,000 soldiers, tanks and artillery are taking part in the 10-day exercise between Russia and Belarus. On the other hand, in retaliation for Russia-Belarus, the Ukrainian military has begun a 10-day military exercise. Ukraine’s military exercises drills with Bayraktar, the most dangerous attack drone purchased from Turkey to destroy Russian tanks and artillery.
In addition, the Ukrainian military is being trained on Javelin anti-tank missiles from the United States and bunker missiles from Britain. In the midst of this stalemate that has lasted for the past one month, the armies of both countries are fully prepared for war. Russia has deployed 1 lakh 30 thousand troops on the border with Ukraine. Of these, 100 war teams, dangerous missiles including Ishkandar, Sukhoi-35 fighter jets and several deadly tanks, including T-72, are stationed in their area near the Ukrainian border.
If war breaks out in Ukraine and Russia, 50,000 people will die
According to US Secretary of Defense Mark Millie, this is the first time since the Cold War that Russia has deployed troops on such a large border. Russia, along with its ally Belarus, has launched the exercise, with the United States and NATO warning that Russia could launch an attack on Ukraine at any time. If a war breaks out between Russia and Ukraine, it could add to the bloody war after World War II.
In view of this danger, while the French president and British leaders are trying to persuade Russia, US President Biden has warned of dire consequences for Putin. The White House last week warned that 50,000 people could die in a war between Ukraine and Russia. U.S. officials fear that Russia and Belarus will try to cover up their readiness for an attack in the name of maneuvering.
TBT-2 drone destroys Russian weapons in Armenia
Security analysts say several scenes have emerged from the maneuver. These range from full-scale occupation to limited attacks (infiltrations from the north and east of Russia) or multi-pronged attacks from Russian-controlled Crimea and the Sea of Azov. All this can be done in conjunction with the cyber attack on Ukraine. NATO member Turkey has also come to the aid of Ukraine and has supplied large quantities to Ukraine with its Bayraktar TBT 2 drone, which wreaked havoc in Armenia.
Colonel Yuri Ignatius, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force Command, told Al Monitor: “This Turkish drone is attacking enemy guns with great precision and destroying tanks.” This is a good quality drone that strikes in real time and is fully automatic. This drone is a weapon capable of striking in seconds. This drone is a spy. This has given Ukraine a more quality-based margin than its rival.
He showed his power in the skies of Syria and made his mark on the world
The biker company that developed the drone began manufacturing automotive parts in 1984, and later merged with the aerospace industry. NATO member Poland said last year it was buying 24 TB2 drones from Turkey. Turkey says several NATO countries are in talks to deal with this. The TB2 drone made its mark in the world in early 2020 by showing its power in the skies of Syria.
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