In a significant attack on Russia’s naval base in Crimea, Ukraine reportedly targeted a submarine and warship that belongs to Russia, damaging vessels docked at the Sevastopol shipyard.
This is understood to be the first known strike against a Russian sub in the ongoing war.
Video Credits: Sky News
The Russian defence ministry further reported that Ukraine had launched ten missiles and three speedboat attacks on the port, resulting in the major interception of seven missiles and the impairment of three boats. Nearly 24 individuals had been injured in this attack.
The damaged vessels were recognized as a Russian diesel sub and a huge landing vessel. The Russian-Baltic’s Minsk Project 775 landing vessel, which belongs to the Ropucha class and the Rostov-on-don Project 636.3 diesel-electric hero belonging to the Black Sea Fleet were involved in this incident.
References: Asianet Newsable, Sky News
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