The Ukrainian Armed Forces disclosed enemy losses as a result of a strike on the ropucha-class landing ship "Minsk": all the details
The Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have clarified the losses of the Russian army as a result of a strike on the large landing ship Minsk. In addition to the ship itself, the aggressor country Russia lost 62 people.
It is worth noting that the day after the attack, the ship was supposed to go on combat duty. This is reported by the Telegram channel of the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (to see photos and videos, scroll to the bottom of the page).
The Ukrainian military noted that the occupiers' personnel were on board a large landing ship. According to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the irreversible losses of the Russian terrorist state amounted to 62 occupants.
In addition, the Armed Forces clarified the losses of the Russian occupation army as a result of a missile attack on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. The military noted that 34 officers of the Russian Armed Forces were killed. Another 105 occupants were wounded. It is also known that among the dead is the commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, Admiral Viktor Sokolov.
As a reminder, during the night attack on the temporarily occupied Sevastopol on September 13, a large landing ship Minsk and a submarine of the Russian Black Sea Fleet were damaged. Both were at the Ordzhonikidze shipyard, where a massive fire broke out as a result of the arrival.
It was also reported that the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were involved in the attack on the Russian fleet in Sevastopol.
Earlier it was reported that the Russian information space was stirred up by the news of the attack on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol on September 22. Kremlin propagandists began to criticize the Russian authorities.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, after the attacks on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol, the collaborators suddenly "smelled a trip". Local traitors and Russians who have settled on the Ukrainian peninsula are beginning to wonder if it's time to get out.