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Missile Strike Delivers Blow to Russia’s Black Sea Fleet

Any effort to get the submarine up and running would “likely” take many years and cost hundreds of millions of dollars

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Ukraine’s military said Friday it has recaptured the village of Andriivka, some 10 kilometers south of the key frontline Russian-occupied city of Bakhmut, following intense battles with Russian troops.

Also Friday, Britain’s Defense Ministry confirmed that a missile strike targeting the naval headquarters of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet in Crimea earlier this week delivered a blow that may have crippled portions of the facility for weeks or possibly months to come.

The landing ship Minsk and Kilo 636.3 class submarine Rostov-on-Don were undergoing maintenance at the Sevmorzavod shipyard in the base’s dry docks when the missiles hit during a pre-dawn strike on Wednesday.

Open-source evidence, the ministry said, “indicates the Minsk has almost certainly been functionally destroyed, while the Rostov has likely suffered catastrophic damage.”

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According to the ministry’s report, any effort to get the submarine up and running would “likely” take many years and cost hundreds of millions of dollars.

 

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