A video of the large Russian landing ship Minsk damaged as a result of a Ukrainian attack has appeared online.
Yesterday, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that the ships damaged by the Defense Forces will supposedly be fully restored and will continue to serve in combat as part of their fleets.
However, the Main Intelligence Directorate stated that “these are significant damages,” and, with a high probability, the ships cannot be restored.
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- As a result of a night attack on September 13 at the Ordzhonikidze shipyard in Sevastopol, a large Russian landing ship and a Russian Navy submarine were damaged.
- Air Force Commander Oleschuk said that the attack on Sevastopol was carried out by Ukrainian aircraft, hinting at Storm Shadow. The version about Storm Shadow, citing its own sources, was confirmed by the British publication Sky News.
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