Ukraine’s attack on Russia has caused severe damage and loss of both humans and property and now the Facilities at Crimea and the Black Sea Fleet were the target.
The thought of Ukraine’s move to Crimea on Friday to go after Russian facilities was seen as dramatic, but at the same time a sting on Russia, considering the importance of their infrastructure, and the plan of Ukraine to reclaim it.
Recall that Russia annexed Sevastopol in Crimea in 2014, right now Ukraine wants to seize the opportunity of this war to reclaim it. And with their level of attack on it, Ukraine is gaining it’s ownership again.
According to a statement on Telegram, Ukraine’s Special Operations Forces has it that “Crap Trap” was timed to strike during the meeting of the senior members of Russia’s Navy we’re meeting.
This attack did damage to lives, and people were severely wounded. Right now Ukraine is yet to release any evidence, or name of any victim concerning the Fleet attack.
These are the statements on Telegram,
“The daring and painstaking work of the Special Operations Forces enabled them to hit the Black Sea Fleet headquarters ‘on time and with precision’ while the Russian Navy’s senior staff was meeting in the temporarily occupied city of Sevastopol.”
““The data was transmitted to the Air Force for strike. The details of the attack will be revealed once it is possible. The result is dozens of dead and wounded occupiers, including the senior leadership of the fleet.””“The data was transmitted to the Air Force for strike. The details of the attack will be revealed once it is possible. The result is dozens of dead and wounded occupiers, including the senior leadership of the fleet.”
To these statements, it was added,
“We are moving further!”
Up until now, the report of Russia’s Ministry of Defence on the other hand has it that after Friday’s attack, while Ukraine targeted their facilities in Crimea, much damage was done, no doubt.
It left the “Naval HQ damaged scattered debris hundreds of meters away,” and the missing of a Russian soldier. Nothing more than these.