Ukrainian Armed Forces test new anti-tank guided missiles systems

Ukraine has carried out tests of a new batch of the next generation anti-tank guided missiles that were manufactured at the request of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, reported the press-service of the State owned   Design Bureau Luch, the manufactured of the missiles.

The Kyiv Design Bureau Luch is a subsidiary of the state-owned concern Ukroboronprom.

“The Ukrainian military picked several from missiles that are ready for the delivery to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. They carried out real launches in near-combat conditions,” the press-service stated on Facebook

Crews operating Korsar and Stugna-P anti-tank missiles systems “successfully carried out their tasks and proved high reliability and exceptional performance characteristics of the new anti-tank systems.” The missiles will be delivered to the Armed Forces of Ukraine as soon as possible.


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