On March 23, the Ukrainian forces released the footage of the Russian ZOOPARK-1M anti-battery radar, which was eliminated in the Donetsk zone.

In total, Russia has lost at least six missile systems and probably only a very limited number remain in Ukraine.

This is reported by the Ministry of Defense of Great Britain in a daily


As noted in intelligence, such systems are relatively few, but they have a noticeable impact on the battlefield.

In particular, they allow commanders to quickly find and engage enemy artillery.

"However, because they have an active electromagnetic signature, they are vulnerable to detection and destruction. Russia has lost at least six ZOOPARK-1Ms and probably only a very limited number remain in Ukraine," the report said.

The review also said that restoring a fleet of counter-battery radars is likely to be a key priority for both sides, but Russia is likely to struggle because the systems depend on supplies of high-tech electronics that have been cut off by sanctions.

The day before, it became known that since the beginning of the full-scale war against Ukraine, Russia has lost at least 23 Ka-52 attack 



This represents more than 25% of the Russian Air Force's current fleet of 90 Ka-52s.  

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