Ukraine: New drone strikes on Russian targets in Crimea

Ukraine: New drone strikes on Russian targets in Crimea

More drone strikes on Russian targets they were reported from Crimea and other occupied parts of Ukraine. The BBC writes it. “Smoke rises above the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation in Sevastopol,” Ukrainian public broadcaster Suspilne reported this morning, citing local media and releasing videos from the scene. Russian media said yesterday an attack on a port in western Crimea had been thwarted. Videos filmed in Crimea show Russian air defenses intercepting targets in the sky over Sevastopol, Yevpatoria and Saozerne. Russian occupation authorities said they were Ukrainian drones.


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Russia has already lost around 44,900 soldiers in Ukraine, 200 in the last day. The statement was published by the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces on Facebook, Ukrinform reports. Between 24 February 2022 and 20 August 2022, total Russian combat losses also included 1,907 tanks (+8 on the last day), 4,212 armored fighting vehicles (+17), 1,018 artillery systems (+2) and 266 multi-launch missile anti-aircraft systems , 141 anti-aircraft systems, 234 aircraft, 197 helicopters, 3,137 motor vehicles and fuel tanks (+7), 15 warships/boats, 803 unmanned aerial vehicles (+8), 97 special equipment (+3). According to Kyiv, a total of 190 enemy cruise missiles were shot down.

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