Russia Destroys And Sinks Ukraine’s U.S.-Made Military Ships In The Black Sea

Russia revealed on Sunday that it destroyed and sank three military speedboats of Ukraine in the Black Sea. These vessels were taking Ukrainian soldiers to Crimea, claims Moscow.

The Defence Ministry of Russia announced on Telegram, “In the western part of the Black Sea, naval aviation of the Black Sea Fleet destroyed three military Willard Sea Force speedboats”, which were US-made.

Video Credits: Hindustan Times / YouTube

The statement read that these boats were going towards the Crimean Peninsula, which was annexed in 2014 by Moscow.

In another statement, the Russian army claimed that its air defence shot down 8 Ukrainian drones flying over Crimea and another one close to the Ukrainian border in the Bryansk region.

On the other hand, Ukraine carried out an operation on the Crimean Peninsula and even raised its national flag there on August 24, 2023.

Ukraine’s Military Intelligence reported that their special forces came from the sea route and landed on the western part of the peninsula.

References: HindustanTimes, EconomicTimes

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