Major blow to Putin’s Black Sea fleet after drones eliminate another warship|World News

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    Russian Ropucha-class ship sank in Ukrainian drone attack in Black Sea

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    Ukraine’s armed force stated it has sank a Russian landing ship in yet another blow to Vladimir Putin’s Black Sea fleet.

    Drones shot down the big Russian amphibious attack ship ‘Caesar Kunikov’ in an over night attack.

    Footage flowing on Telegram channels reveals plumes of grey smoke increasing in the sky above a vessel.

    Ukrainian legislator Oleksiy Honcharenko stated the targeted vessel was the ‘Caesar Kunikov’, which participated in Russian military operations in Georgia in 2008.

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    Smoke increasing from the website of the Ukrainian attack

    The armed force stated on Telegram: ‘Ukraine’ s Armed Forces, together with the Defence Ministry’s intelligence system, ruined the big landing ship CaesarKunikov

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    ‘It was in Ukrainian territorial waters near Alupka at the time of the hit.’

    Russian Ministry of Defence is yet to comment on the reports. If confirmed, it is a major win against the Kremlin in the war that will soon enter its third year.

    But this comes just hours after the ministry reported that its anti-aircraft missiles allegedly shot down six drones in the waters of the Black Sea.

    Another two were downed over the Belgorod region and one over the Voronezh region.

    In December, Ukrainian cruise missiles struck a large Russian landing warship in Crimea that killed at least one person

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