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The Ministry of Defense of Russia has published a map of military operations in the special operation zone.

The Russian Ministry of Defense, at its daily briefing on the situation in the zone of the special military operation (SMO), has released a map of hostilities in Ukraine as of Monday, February 20. The video recording was published on the official Telegram channel of the military department.
The map reflects the current changes in the SMO zone and the most important events of the past day, including the locations of clashes and shelling. It also contains information on the Ukrainian Armed Forces (UAF) losses.
According to a statement by the official representative of the Ministry of Defense, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov, over the past day, Russian troops destroyed over 490 enemy soldiers and several military vehicles on four fronts: Kupyansk, Krasnoarmiysk, Donetsk, and South Donetsk.
On the Kherson front, two UAF ammunition depots were destroyed, as well as two D-30 howitzers. In addition, over the day, rocket forces and artillery struck 84 UAF artillery units and a temporary base for foreign mercenaries. The Russian Aerospace Forces (VKS) attacked a workshop producing and repairing mortars and ammunition near Sumy.
The department noted that over the past day, the air defense systems shot down nine rounds of the American HIMARS rocket artillery system, as well as destroyed ten enemy drones in the Kharkiv region, the Luhansk People’s Republic, and the Donetsk People’s Republic.
At the end of the briefing, Konashenkov added that since the beginning of the SMO, the following had been destroyed: 386 planes, 210 helicopters, 3,213 drones, 405 anti-aircraft missile systems, 7,979 tanks and other combat armored vehicles, 1,037 rocket artillery systems, 4,179 field artillery guns, and mortars, as well as 8,494 units of special military, automotive equipment.

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