Attack against Russian base: landing ship Ropucha damaged

Last night, the Sevastopol shipyard in Crimea was attacked. It is considered an important repair base for the Russian Black Sea Fleet. This is reported by the media project NEXTA and the former Deputy Interior Minister of Ukraine, Anton Herashchenko.

Via the Network X NEXTA writes: “In Sevastopol, the large landing ship Ropukha and the submarine KILO may have been damaged by the morning attack. This is reported by OSInt researcher M.T. Anderson. According to preliminary data, two people were killed and 26 injured in the missile attack on the naval factory in Sevastopol. All of the dead and injured were employees of the Russian plant, Russian media report.”

Herashchenko explains, also via X: “Named after Sergo Ordzhonikidze, Sevastopol Shipyard, according to its website, is the largest ship repair and shipbuilding enterprise in Crimea and one of the leading industrial enterprises in the Sea of Azov region. It was founded in 1783. Throughout its history, the shipyard was fully utilized and carried out the most complex works on repair, modernization and construction of ships and vessels of various classes. At all times it was the main repair base of the Russian Black Sea Fleet.”

Image: Presidential Executive Office of Russia, Visit to joint staff of military branches involved in special military operation 04, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons (image size modified)

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