Russians published evidence of Tochka-U missile system use in Ukraine by their troops
The Russian armed forces continue using their Tochka-U tactical missile systems in Ukraine.
Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, Russia has repeatedly tried to declare that it does not use these systems.
Recently, a video of the operation of the Russian Tochka-U system in Ukraine was released in the Russian group “Rosich” on the Telegram social network.
The system had a tactical identification mark in the form of the Latin letter “Z” and a Russian flag.
Later, the administration of a Russian group deleted the video with the usage of this system in Ukraine.
It also became known that the Russians use the Tochka-U systems in the Luhansk region.
A video appeared online featuring how the Russians are redeploying missile systems on the occupied territory of the Luhansk region.
Launchers and transport charge vehicles from the Tochka-U tactical missile system are visible in the convoy.
The video of the passage of six vehicles of the system marked “V” was filmed at the Lutugyne bus station in the Luhansk region.
As previously reported, Russia has been using the Tochka-U tactical missile systems since the first weeks of the invasion of Ukraine.
For example, on March 6, 2022, the territory of Ukraine was shelled by these missiles. The engine from the 9M79M rocket was found near the village of Desnianka, Chernihiv region.
On March 29, 2022, the “Belarusian Gayun” community recorded the movement of a convoy with the Tochka-U missile system with tactical signs “V” north of the Ukrainian border in Belarus.
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