Russia Has Destroyed ‘the Biggest Plane In The World, Antonov An-225 Mriya – Flaunt Weekly
Russia has destroyed the biggest airplane in the world’, it has been claimed.
It’s been four days since Russian President Vladimir Putin declared war on Ukraine, transferring thousands of his colors across the border.
Since also, there have been dozens of skirmishes between Ukrainian and Russian forces, with hundreds of people, including civilians, losing their lives.
And during a battle at Hostomel field, about an hour outside Kyiv, the Antonov AN-225’Mriya’, the largest transport airplane in the world and the only one of its kind, was reportedly destroyed by Russian forces.
Two Antonov workers told Ukrainian radio Radio Svoboda the attack had seen the airplane, which was parked in a hanger, burned down.
According to reports, the aircraft was used to transport large quantities of philanthropic aid around the world at short notice.
Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, participated in a snap of the airplane and stated that the country would not give up.
He said”This was the world’s largest aircraft, AN-225‘Mriya’ (‘ Conjure’in Ukrainian). Russia may have destroyed our‘Mriya’.
“But they will noway be suitable to destroy our dream of a strong, free and popular European state. We shall prevail!”
The news was also reported by the sanctioned Twitter account of Ukraine.
It read”The biggest airplane in the world”Mriya” (The Dream) was destroyed by Russian inhabitants on an airport near Kyiv.
“We’ll rebuild the airplane.
“We’ll fulfill our dream of a strong, free, and popular Ukraine.”
This was the world’s largest aircraft, AN-225 ‘Mriya’ (‘Dream’ in Ukrainian). Russia may have destroyed our ‘Mriya’. But they will never be able to destroy our dream of a strong, free and democratic European state. We shall prevail! pic.twitter.com/TdnBFlj3N8— Dmytro Kuleba (@DmytroKuleba) February 27, 2022
The biggest plane in the world “Mriya” (The Dream) was destroyed by Russian occupants on an airfield near Kyiv. We will rebuild the plane. We will fulfill our dream of a strong, free, and democratic Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/Gy6DN8E1VR— Ukraine / Україна (@Ukraine) February 27, 2022