The moment a Ukrainian kamikaze drone smashes into a Russian armoured vehicle as soldiers desperately try to shoot it down
- The PoV video shows the moment the drone smashes into a Russian tank
- Two Russian soldiers can be viewed on the vehicle before the time of collision
- What happens after the collision is unknown as the footage cuts out
Footage shows the exact moment a Ukrainian kamikaze drone smashed into a Russian armoured vehicle as soldiers desperately attempted to shoot it down.
The latest footage of the ongoing attacks on Russia shows the drone quickly advancing on a Russian tank as it drives along a single track road in the vast countryside.
Two soldiers can be seen on the vehicle in the open hatch as the drone approaches as one of them effortlessly attempts to shoot it down with his gun.
As the moment of impact occurs, another moment of the Russian crew is seen with his feet in the air.
Footage shows the exact moment a Ukrainian kamikaze drone smashed into a Russian tank
Once the footage cuts out, it is then unknown what happens to those inside.
The use of kamikaze drones have proven to be an effective weapon for the Ukrainian troops against Russian armoured vehicles.
Many tanks and war machines implemented by Putin in the ongoing war have been wiped out using the weapons.
Putin has currently lost a staggering amount of military equipment, with more than 3,000 tanks, 5,981 armoured combat vehicles and 1,978 artillery systems destroyed.
The drone was caught footage as it came down towards the armoured vehicle
The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said the current Russian death toll has surpassed 10,000, and it has lost possession of previously-captured territory in the ten-month war.
The incident follows the latest Ukrainian kamikaze drone attack yesterday, December 26, as it hit Engels strategic bomber airbase deep inside Russia.
Loud blasts were heard at the base which is used by Vladimir Putin’s Tu-95 and Tu-160 nuclear missile carrying planes.
One of the soldiers sitting on top of the tank attempted to shoot down the drone
The Ukrainian foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba, said Ukraine will do whatever it can to win the war in 2023.
He suggested that a possible peace summit would take place at the United Nations with secretary-general Antonio Guterres as mediator of the talks.
The potential peace summit would take place a year after Russia invaded Ukraine in late February 2022.