Ukrainian SOF reveal details of strike on Russian military unit in Crimea
The Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have revealed details of a drone strike on the 126th Coastal Defence Brigade of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in occupied Crimea.
The details of the operation were disclosed by the SOF press service on Monday, May 28, on its social media.
A photo of one of the UAVs involved in the operation was also published.
The Ukrainian Armed Forces noted that together with other units of the Ukrainian Defense Forces, they had hit the facilities of the 126th Coastal Defence Brigade of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the village of Perevalne.
On August 25, it became known that Russian military targets had been hit.
During the attack, several attack UAVs were used. They targeted the location of the enemy unit in the occupied Crimea.
The SOF noted that as a result of the strikes, the enemy suffered losses in killed and wounded personnel.
As previously reported, ammunition storage facilities and military equipment were hit.
It is emphasized that the operation was complicated by certain terrain features. However, the Ukrainian drones successfully overcame the route and reached their targets on the occupied peninsula.
On the night of August 25, social media reported that the location of the 126th Coastal Defence Brigade of the Russian Black Sea Fleet was attacked in the village of Perevalne, Simferopol district of Crimea.
Later, the fact of the operation was confirmed in a commentary to LIGA.net by a representative of the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine, Andrii Yusov.
“We can confirm the information, there was a hit. This is not the first strike on the 126th Brigade. As Major General Kyrylo Budanov said in his recent interview, Ukraine is now able to strike and conduct operations anywhere in the occupied Crimea. There will also be a lot of news there in the near future,” Yusov said.
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