A precision operation conducted by Ukraine’s Special Operations Forces resulted in a missile strike on the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s headquarters in the temporarily occupied city of Sevastopol on September 22.
Here are the details: Special Operations Forces soldiers executed their mission with audacity and precision, ensuring that they struck the Black Sea Fleet headquarters “exactly on time and at the intended location” while Russian Fleet leadership was convening in Sevastopol. Subsequently, the Special Operations Forces relayed critical targeting data to the Air Force for the strike.
A statement regarding the operation reads, “The full details of the mission will be disclosed soon. The outcome includes a significant number of casualties among the occupiers, with dozens reported dead and wounded, including high-ranking fleet officials. The mission continues!”
On the morning of September 22, the Russian Ministry of Defence reported an attack involving guided missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles on occupied Crimea. The Russian authorities claimed to have successfully intercepted one missile and two drones.
Subsequently, it was confirmed that a missile strike had indeed taken place at the Black Sea Fleet headquarters in Sevastopol. Although the Russian Ministry of Defence initially acknowledged the death of one soldier, the occupiers’ defence ministry later reported that the individual had gone missing.
In the midst of explosions in occupied Crimea, Air Force Commander Lieutenant General Mykola Oleshchuk expressed gratitude to the Air Force pilots and made light of Russian propaganda efforts.
International media outlets reported that Ukraine employed Storm Shadow missiles in the attack on the Black Sea Fleet headquarters.
Kyrylo Budanov, Chief of Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, disclosed that at least 9 individuals, including Russian generals, were killed, and 16 others were wounded as a result of the Ukrainian strike on the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s headquarters in Sevastopol.
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