Russian infantry fighting vehicle and ammunition going up in balls of smoke and fire following pinpoint artillery strikes from Ukrainian troops.
Newsflash obtained the footage from the 28th Separate Mechanised Brigade - a formation of the Ukrainian Ground Forces - yesterday (Tuesday, 14th June).
The brigade said (in Ukrainian): "Artillerymen of the 28th Separate Mechanised Brigade named after the Knights of the First Winter Campaign remind the Russian occupiers with accurate shots that they will have no quiet place on Ukrainian soil.
"Our 'Gods of War' professionally turned tens of millions of rubles in the form of a BMP-3 with ammunition into a beautiful fire, which is a pleasure to watch."
The BMP-3 is a Soviet and Russian infantry fighting vehicle, successor to the BMP-1 and BMP-2. It entered service in 1987. It is also used by the Ukrainian military.
The brigade, which is headquartered in Chornomorske in Odesa Oblast did not specify where in Ukraine the strike took place.
Russia invaded Ukraine on 24th February in what the Kremlin is calling a "special military operation" to "liberate the Donbass". Today marks the 112th day of the invasion.
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