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Ukrainian missiles hit the main communication hub of the russian Black Sea Fleet in Crimea (VIDEO) 03/25/2024 09:37:32. Total views 287. Views today — 0.

At least three Ukrainian Storm Shadow cruise missiles struck the main communication hub of the russian Black Sea Fleet on the evening of March 23rd. This information was reported by specialists from OSINTtechnical on the social network X.

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Air Force Commander Mykola Oleschuk thanked pilots and sailors for their successful combat work in Telegram. "The sky and the sea are of the same color! Thank you to the pilots and sailors for their successful combat work! Crimea is OURS!" - wrote Oleschuk.

The so-called governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhaev, claimed that russian air defense allegedly shot down more than 10 missiles. According to the occupiers, this is the most massive attack in recent times. Allegedly, there is one fatality and four injured individuals - all adults.

The fake governor also threatened individuals who recorded videos of the air defense activity. Partisans from the resistance movement Atesh stated that they had provided Ukrainian defense forces with current information from Crimea.

On the evening of March 23rd, russian occupiers declared an air alarm and announced the supposed operation of air defense systems in the temporarily occupied Crimea. As of 10:20 p.m., numerous explosions were reported in Sevastopol - in the area of Cape Fiolent and Kozacha Bay. There was also significant noise around the Belbek airfield.