Ukraine Says Hit Russian Military Sites In Crimea
Ukraine said on Tuesday it had hit Russian military facilities in Crimea with drones, in the latest such operation on the Moscow-annexed Black Sea peninsula
Kyiv, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 5th Dec, 2023) Ukraine said on Tuesday it had hit Russian military facilities in Crimea with drones, in the latest such operation on the Moscow-annexed Black Sea peninsula.
Russia said it had neutralised 35 Ukrainian drones over Crimea and the Sea of Azov, which lies between the warring countries.
Kyiv has targeted Crimea throughout Moscow's offensive but increased attacks after it launched a counter-offensive this summer.
"SBU drones hit a number of important military facilities in Crimea," a Ukrainian defence source with knowledge of SBU operations told AFP.
The source also said another radar system and an anti-aircraft missile control system were hit.
The source said the attacks were a "result of a special SBU operation".
Moscow meanwhile said it had neutralised Ukrainian drones over the peninsula at night.
It added that "22 Ukrainian drones were destroyed and 13 others were intercepted over the Sea of Azov and Crimea."
The ministry later said another attack saw four Ukrainian drones shot down and two intercepted over the Azov Sea.
It is regularly targeted by Ukrainian forces.
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