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Russia claimed that 600 Ukrainian soldiers were killed in the counter attack

Russia claimed that 600 Ukrainian soldiers were killed in the counter attack

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Russia claimed that 600 Ukrainian soldiers were killed in the counter attack

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Russia has claimed a major 'retaliatory' strike in eastern Ukraine. According to the Russian Defense Ministry, more than 600 Ukrainian soldiers were killed in the attack. However, Kyiv denied this claim of Russia. AFP news.

According to the statement of the Ministry of Defense of Russia on Sunday, two buildings used as barracks of the country's army in the Kramatorsk area of Ukraine have been targeted by missile attacks.

Russia said it retaliated to an attack by Ukrainian forces on Donetsk's Makiivka on New Year's Eve in the Kramatorsk region.

Moscow has admitted that 89 Russian soldiers were killed in the Ukrainian attack on Makiivka. However, Ukraine claims that 400 Russian soldiers were killed in Makiivka.

Ukraine's armed forces rejected Russia's claims of an attack on Kramatorsk.

"The demand to destroy all our Hammers rocket systems is the same," said Sergei Cherevaty, a spokesman for the Eastern Department of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

Ukraine used US-supplied Hammers missile systems in the Makivka attack.

Caravati also said that Russia could not attack specific targets.

The Russian statement did not specify when the attack was carried out. The statement said only that Russian intelligence had identified the location of more than 1,300 Ukrainian soldiers in two buildings in Kramatorsk in the past 24 hours.

Yesterday, Pavlo Kirilenko, head of the Donetsk regional administration, said that after midnight, Russian forces launched seven rocket attacks on Kramatorsk.

An educational institution, an industrial facility, and a garage were damaged in the attack, Kirilenko said. There was no loss of life in this incident.

News agency AFP could not independently verify the actual situation.

But AFP journalists heard at least four explosions in Kramatorsk just before midnight on the Orthodox Christian Christmas Day last Saturday.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced a 36-hour ceasefire for Orthodox Christians to mark Christmas. But Ukraine has rejected this ceasefire.

Putin's unilateral ceasefire expired last Saturday at 11 pm local time in Kyiv.

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