Following Ukraine’s attacks on a huge landing vessel and a sub in occupied Sevastopol, Russians have reportedly moved three large landing vessels from the Black Sea into the Sea of Azov.
The information has been received from Dmytro Pletenchuk, the spokesman associated with the Naval Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, on the national 24/7 newscast.
He said that the processes that concern the liberation of the territory will continue in the future. It is reflecting that today, Russian invaders have, for some reason, moved three large landing vessels from the Black Sea into the Sea of Azov.
Pletenchuk observed that the huge landing vessel struck in Sevastopol is currently beyond repair due to the specific damages it sustained and its venerable age.
He added that the landing ship had participated in the so-called “Syrian Express” to supply weapons and personnel and solve logistical issues for Russian forces based in Syria.
Pletenchuk further stressed that the destruction of the sub was the first-ever such casualty that was suffered by Russia’s Federation when they lost one submarine owing to its hostilities.
References: Yahoo! News, Euromaidan Press
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