Putin’s forces have stepped up their search for suspected “saboteurs”, with the Kremlin erecting roadblocks around Sevastopol to drive out those opposed to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. According to local Telegram channels, Russian soldiers searched any car bearing Ukrainian license plates entering or leaving Crimea’s largest city throughout Friday night. This comes after fifteen days of mysterious attacks against military targets, located far behind their front line.
The drone attack is believed to have hit the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
Footage posted on social media showed an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) flying over Sevastapol before Russian air defense guns fired on it.
We then see the drone crashing on the roof of the HQ.
No casualties were reported.
Earlier this week, the Russian Defense Ministry accused a number of explosions that took place in northern Crimea of ”sabotage”.
The blast, which is believed to have damaged a nearby rail and electricity substation, occurred at a Russian military air base near the Russian-controlled settlement of Gvardeyskoye.
Meanwhile, plumes of black smoke have been spotted rising over a Russian military air base near the Russian-controlled settlement of Gvardeyskoye.
According to war correspondent and former US Navy SEAL Chuck Pfarrer, Ukrainian forces also targeted a second Russian naval air facility at Hvardeyskye in Crimea.
According to Ukrainian Armed Forces estimates, as many as 40,000 Russian soldiers have been killed in the war so far.
No less than 22 planes and 190 helicopters were destroyed.
Russian forces have suffered several setbacks in recent days, with three Russian elite helicopters destroyed in the space of three days.
Ka-52 helicopters, flying over Ukraine, were shot down by Ukrainian air defenses earlier this week.
Earlier this month, Ukrainian forces reportedly shot down nearly every missile launched in a Russian airstrike.
A spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force Command, Yury Ihnat, reported that Ukrainian air defense intercepted seven of the eight missiles launched in a Russian strike.
The missiles were launched from the Caspian Sea on the evening of August 2.
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