Russia has suffered a major blow in its war against Ukraine. Ukraine's military has succeeded in destroying Russia's state-of-the-art T-90 tank. The cost of this tank is Rs 38 crore. The demise of the state-of-the-art T-90M could also raise concerns among the Indian Army.
The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on since February 24. Russia's tanks and combat vehicles have been damaged. Ukrainian troops have destroyed Russia's state-of-the-art T-90M tanks. This is the second blow to Russia since the destruction of the Moscow warship. The T-90M is considered important for Russia. The collapse of Russia's T-90 machine could raise concerns among the Indian military.
Russia had developed a system to defend itself when attacked by enemy tanks while building the T-90M. It has developed an automatic defense system that allows smoke to hit grenades in the event of a missile attack. The Ukrainian military has released a video of the incident.
Ukrainian journalist Ilya spoke with the Kyiv Independent in Ukraine and shared a photo. The remnants of the T-90 can be seen in the image. The tank was destroyed in Oblast in Kharkiv, northeastern Ukraine. The demolition of the T-90M has boosted the morale of the Ukrainian Army. The Russian military has 100 T-90M tanks.
Russia has not yet begun using T-14 Armata tanks in its military. T-90's T-90S tanks were exported to countries around the world. The Indian Army also has thousands of T-90 tanks. Russia upgraded the T-72 tanks and built the T-90. Ukraine's demolition of Russia's tanks is likely to raise concerns among Indian troops.
Russia had started the war against Ukraine on the issue of NATO participation. Russia has suffered as much as Ukraine in the two-month-old war. Russian military expert Viktor Murakhowski told Russian state media that Russia could use robots to reduce war damage. No country in the world has developed robotics technology except Russia.
Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden has said that we will not risk a third world war by sending troops to Ukraine. "We will do our best to help Ukraine," Biden said.