Russian ship sinks in Sevastopol due to marine drone attack
Ukrainian partisans have discovered a sunken Russian Tarantul ship in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. Preliminary, it was hit by naval drones a few weeks ago
The Atesh guerrilla movement writes about this.
"During the reconnaissance of ships in Sevastopol, Atesh agents discovered a sunken border guard ship of the 205P Tarantul project," the statement says.
It was probably hit a few weeks ago during an attack by naval drones on Russian military facilities.
According to the guerrillas, the sunken ship is located at the following coordinates: 44.615763, 33.587110.
Later, the guerrillas added that this particular ship had been stolen by the invading Russian forces in 2014. It was actively used by them for military purposes.
- As of January 18, Russia has deployed four ships to the Black Sea, including two missile carriers. They are equipped with up to 16 Kalibrs.