Russian fighter jets hit Snake Island with phosphorus bombs

A pair of Russian Su-30 fighter jets bombarded Snake Island with banned phosphorus bombs.

This was reported by the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Valeriy Zaluzhny.

“The leadership of the armed forces of the Russian Federation does not even adhere to their own statements, which they declare as a “gesture of goodwill.” Today, at about 18:00, from the Bilbek airfield, a pair of Su-30 VKS aircraft of the Russian Armed Forces twice launched an air strike with phosphorus bombs on Snake Island, where they allegedly “completed the implementation tasks,” Zaluzhny said.

The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine stressed that these facts should be known to everyone discussing agreements with Russia.

“The only thing in which the enemy is consistent is the invariable” accuracy “of striking,” Zaluzhny added

Recall that on June 30, Russia confirmed the withdrawal of troops from Snake Island, which was captured at the beginning of a full-scale war.

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