GUR confirms damage to two radar stations in Russia's Kursk region
On November 18, Ukraine's Main Directorate of Intelligence (GUR) of the Ministry of Defence targeted and damaged two high-value Russian radar stations in the Kursk region
This was stated in the press center of GUR.
"In the vicinity of Dmitriev, Kursk region, an enemy radio position was found on November 18," states the report.
The Nebo 55Zh6 radar and potentially the Gamma-S1E were identified as the two expensive Russian radar stations affected.
The GUR emphasized that the total losses incurred by the Russians are currently under assessment.
- Additionally, on October 23, GUR special forces located and eliminated an enemy ammunition warehouse in the temporarily occupied Donetsk.