Russia has invaded Ukraine for 9 days. On February 27, the world‘s largest An-225 transport plane, regarded as the spiritual symbol of Ukrainian aviation, was also destroyed by Russian artillery fire. Today, Russian state-run media announced the wreckage of the transport plane at the airport. In the picture, I saw that the An-225 transport plane was almost destroyed, with severed heads and broken wings. What made the Ukrainian people and aviation fans even more angry is that the Russian media even claimed that it was bombed by Ukraine in the report.
According to a report by the new head shell today, the broken head of the Ukrainian An-225, the world‘s largest transport aircraft, has been exposed! The Russian media’s counter-biting was caused by Ukraine’s self-bombing. Aviation fans are on fire.
The world‘s largest transport aircraft An-225 severed image exposure. The world‘s largest transport plane, called Mriya, which means “dream” in Ukrainian, is 84 meters long, can carry up to 640 tons of cargo, and travel at speeds of up to 850 kilometers per hour. On the fourth day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Antonov airfield in Gostomel on the outskirts of Kyiv was destroyed by Russian artillery fire.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba confirmed on Twitter on the 27th, “This (Mriya) is the largest aircraft in the world, Russia may destroy our ‘Mrija’ (dream), but they will never destroy us to build a The dream of a strong, free and democratic European nation. We shall prevail!”
According to the report, today’s Russian state-run media conducted a connection next to the An-225 hangar, reporting the image of the An-225 transport plane being blown up. Almost all of the fuselage was destroyed, the head was severely decapitated, and the wings were not damaged. The aircraft type has saddened aviation fans around the world as well as the Ukrainian people. In addition, what is even more irritating is that the Russian state media even pointed out that the An-225 was bombed by Ukraine, causing many netizens to curse under the relevant information.