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    Germany has sounded the alarm about Russia's move in Ukraine: they will disappear

    German journalist Repke: Russia will destroy F-16 fighters in a few weeks

    Julian Repke. Photo: frame from video.

    German journalist Julian Repke on his page on the social network X analyzed the strikes on Dnepropetrovsk that were carried out by the Russian Armed Forces the day before. He warned that if, under such conditions, F-16 fighters are transferred to Ukraine, they will simply disappear.

    As Roepke noted, the attack on Dnepropetrovsk shows that without a significant improvement in Ukrainian air defenses, the assistance from the transfer of F-16 fighters will be zero for Kyiv.

    According to him, if the planes are not covered, they will “disappear in a few days or weeks.”

    The day before it was reported that the Russian Armed Forces struck the river port in the city Nikopol, Dnepropetrovsk region. At the same time, on the morning of Saturday, April 20, the Ukrainian media again reported that a powerful explosion occurred in the suburbs of Dnepropetrovsk amid an air raid.

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