HCLU claims that the lost Tu-141 drone crashed in Crimea

HCLU claims that the lost Tu-141 drone crashed in Crimea

An unmanned Tu-141 Stri aircraft launched from Ukraine crashed near Krasnopareksk in Crimea on Friday. According to HCLU. The news agency reports that this was reported by an unnamed source. As is well known, one such device is in Zagreb It fell early in the morningAfter crossing the Hungarian airspace.

The HCLU “source” considers it important to say that the drone was a jet-powered mini-aircraft capable of carrying 1 ton of bombs. The Tu-141 strips were manufactured in Kharkov between 1979 and 1989 and used for surveillance. Such a device is 14.5 meters long, can travel about 1,000 kilometers, can reach heights of up to 6,000 meters, and can reach speeds of up to 1,000 kilometers per hour. The Russians are not convinced to repeat that the Tu-141 Streez is used exclusively in Ukraine today.






Tu-141 Str

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Pavel Adzsigilgyajev / വിക്കിപീഡിയ


As before We also reportedThe Hungarian Air Force detected suspicious radar signals several times on Friday, but the alarmed Gripen found nothing.

We wrote about it tooUkrainians say Belarus can still invade Ukraine. Ukrainian authorities believe that the Russians could carry out airstrikes on the border between Belarus and Ukraine, which could be a catastrophe that could permanently involve Belarus in the conflict.

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