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Four Russian servicemen killed in the attack on Sevastopol on September 13 have been identified. Photo

Four Russian sailors killed in a strike on the Rostov-on-Don submarine and the Minsk guided-missile ship in temporarily occupied Sevastopol have been identified

The media identified the names of four Russian servicemen who were killed in the Ukrainian armed forces' attack on Sevastopol on September 13. The graves of two submariners who served on the Rostov-on-Don submarine that was hit and the obituaries of two more sailors from the destroyed large amphibious assault ship Minsk were discovered on social media by journalists and activists.

At the same time, the obituary of one of the liquidated occupants hints that the list of losses of the Russian Armed Forces that day is far from complete. The details are reported by the Russian publication "Can We Explain".

According to Russian journalists, two graves of sailors who died as a result of the Ukrainian Armed Forces' strike on the Ordzhonikidze shipyard in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol were found among the graves of the Russian occupiers near Novorossiysk in the Krasnodar Territory of the Russian Federation. Ensigns Andrey Krasnoyarov and Nikita Sheiko served on the Ukrainian-held Rostov-on-Don missile submarine. The photos of the graves published by local activist Vitaliy Votanovskiy show the chevrons of the Fourth Separate Submarine Brigade, which includes this submarine.

The date of death on both graves is September 13.

Four Russian servicemen killed in the attack on Sevastopol on September 13 have been identified. Photo
Four Russian servicemen killed in the attack on Sevastopol on September 13 have been identified. Photo

The journalists found the names of two sailors who served on the Minsk warship, which was hit on the same day, among the obituaries published in Russian social media. These are first lieutenants Andrey Korshunov from Tambov and Artem Faizov from Kaliningrad, the latter, according to his obituary, was a medic.

Four Russian servicemen killed in the attack on Sevastopol on September 13 have been identified. Photo
Four Russian servicemen killed in the attack on Sevastopol on September 13 have been identified. Photo

 

The date of Korshunov's death in the obituary is still September 13. According to the report, Faizov died on September 22. At the same time, the authors of the obituary clarify that the cause of his death was Ukrainian missiles that flew into the ship repair dock, and that he "died along with the entire ship's crew," from which the journalists conclude that the four names of the liquidated occupiers are not a complete list of Russian sailors "denazified" that day.

Four Russian servicemen killed in the attack on Sevastopol on September 13 have been identified. Photo

As a reminder, on September 13, 2023, the Defense Forces fired missiles at a shipyard in temporarily occupied Sevastopol Three epicenters of fire were recorded at Sevmorzavod.

The Russian Defense Ministry said that the Ukrainian Armed Forces attacked Sevastopol using ten missiles, seven of which were allegedly shot down by Russian air defense. The occupiers were also forced to admit that two ships were damaged: the Rostov-on-Don submarine and the Minsk large amphibious assault ship, which were in the dock. According to the invaders, the damage to the ships was allegedly not that serious, while Ukraine's military intelligence stated that both vessels were "beyond repair." This verdict was also confirmed by satellite images.

Russia did not report anything about the deaths of Russian soldiers as a result of the attack.

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