NATO countries prepare for war in Romania amid Russia-Ukraine war, fighter jets show strength in the sky
NATO countries are also gearing up amid the Russia-Ukraine war. NATO countries are imposing war charges to deal with any crisis. This time Romania has become the center of power demonstration of NATO countries. Troops and combat weapons from the armies of NATO countries were seen practicing strikes in Romania. A week after the missile attack on NATO country Poland, NATO countries conducted war drills. Apart from fighter jets, the movement of missiles was also seen in this army drill.
Given that Romania is a country in Eastern Europe bordering Ukraine and the Black Sea, NATO countries do not want to take any chances. Meanwhile, Spain has said it is sending troops and F-18 fighter jets to Romania in December to reinforce NATO’s eastern flank.
Earlier, even after the threats of nuclear war in the Russia-Ukraine war, NATO countries had practiced, which included ICBMs, SLBMs and bomber launchers. However, Russia later denied the nuclear threat.
Ukraine attacked Russian tanks
Wherever the Ukrainian army is getting a chance to counterattack, it does not let go. The video shows Ukrainian forces ambushing and then blowing up a Russian T-80BV tank. After the Ukrainian attack, the tank turned into a fireball and was completely destroyed.
The attack on the Russian base is said to have been carried out by Ukraine’s 4th Tank Bridge. After the attack, the Russian tank was completely rendered useless and the Russian soldiers fled. Following the withdrawal of Russian forces from Kherson, Ukrainian temperatures are high and they are targeting Russian forces wherever they get a chance.
Ukraine’s own air defense missiles hit a residential building in Kyiv
Here, Russia claims that yesterday’s destruction of a residential building in Kyiv was caused by Ukraine’s own air defense missile. According to Russia, only the power plant was targeted by its missiles. An air defense system was activated by Ukraine to intercept the Russian missiles. Several similar air defense missiles targeted buildings in Kyiv. The Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Plant currently runs on diesel generators. The Zaporizhzhya plant no longer receives electricity from the outside.