DIU confirmed the damage to the ship and submarine as a result of the attack on Sevastopol
A large landing ship and a submarine of the Russian Black Sea Fleet were damaged during a night attack on temporarily occupied Sevastopol. Both were at the Ordzhonikidze ship repair plant, where a massive fire broke out as a result of the attack.
The plant's equipment was also damaged. The Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine confirmed the losses.
The DIU assures that the equipment of the S. Ordzhonikidze shipyard in temporarily occupied Sevastopol was damaged.
Russian watercraft were also damaged. As of the morning of September 13, Ukraine's military intelligence confirms at least two affected ships: a large landing ship and a submarine of the occupants.
That is probably the Ropucha-class landing ship and the Kilo-class submarine.
Powerful explosions were heard at the ship repair plant in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol, Crimea on the night of September 13. A powerful fire broke out.
Mikhail Razvozhayev, the local gauleiter of Sevastopol, later claimed that 24 people were allegedly injured in the AFU attack on Sevastopol. Russian media reported that two factory employees were killed and 26 injured in the attack.
According to Russian media, the Sevastopol Shipyard burst into flames as a result of the attack on Sevastopol. It is a shipbuilding enterprise located on the south side of Sevastopol Bay. The plant is the main site for the construction and repair of ships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
On the morning of Sept. 13, the Russian Defense Ministry said ten cruise missiles struck the S. Ordzhonikidze ship repair plant in Sevastopol. Three uncrewed boats also hit a detachment of Black Sea Fleet ships on a sea crossing. The Ukrainian army was blamed for the attack.
At the same time, Russia tried to assure residents that the Air Defense allegedly shot down seven missiles and that Vasily Bykov patrol ship "destroyed all uncrewed boats" However, it admitted that enemy cruise missiles "damaged two ships under repair".