With crew and armored vehicles on board: DIU shares details of enemy boats defeat in Crimea. Photo
Ukrainian reconnaissance men spotted two Russian military boats in the temporarily occupied Crimea. The incident took place on the morning of November 10 in the village of Chornomorske, Yevpatoriia district.
Crew and armored vehicles were on board. The information was confirmed by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (to watch the video, scroll down to the end).
We would like to remind you that the occupants' supporters started reporting about the explosions in Chornomorske around 05:38 on Friday. Monitoring channels reported at least four to five hits of barracks and boats of the Russian Armed Forces.
The network showed a video of the explosion in the village, which occurred at 05:46. It indicated that local rescuers began to dismantle the rubble of the barracks afterwards, with divers working in the sea.
There were also reports of explosions in Feodosiia, where an oil depot was allegedly hit. The Ministry of Defense of the aggressor country, the Russian Federation, stated that the occupied Crimea was attacked by "Ukrainian aircraft-type drones". According to the enemy agency, Russian air defense "shot down two UAVs" over the peninsula.
At the same time, Suspilne informs that the hits in the village of Chornomorske was an operation of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry. As a result, two Russian fast landing boats were hit.
Just the day before, the representative of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine Andriy Yusov announced a series of operations in Kerch (Crimea), where the occupiers' navy is concentrated. He did not go into details but urged Ukrainians to "get ready for exciting news."
As reported by OBOZ.UA, Brigadier General of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Serhiy Baranov said that Ukraine is preparing a massive UAV attack against Russia in the winter. His words were reported by The Independent, emphasizing that the enemy's bases and military infrastructure in the temporarily occupied Crimea and border areas inside Russia are under threat.