Two Russian boats are now pile of scrap: expert on night explosions in Crimea
Military expert, spokesman for the Ukrainian Armed Forces' General Staff (2014-2017) Vladyslav Selezniov says that the night explosions in Crimea shocked Russia
He said this on the Espreso TV channel.
"Currently, the rubble of a barracks hit by the Ukrainian Defence Forces is being dismantled in Crimea. It is not yet known for certain what weapons the Ukrainian Armed Forces used. Later, we will have information about the losses and other consequences of this night attack. This incident shocked the enemy. Russian invaders are still dreaming that they are in a safe space in the temporarily occupied Crimea. But we can see that this is not the case," Selezniov stressed.
According to the military expert, Ukrainian intelligence officers are hunting for enemy military targets in Crimea.
"It is not for nothing that the enemy keeps relatively small landing boats in the Black Sea area in order to be able to quickly transfer personnel, logistics components, armoured vehicles to certain areas of the frontline to support its units. We can see that Ukrainian reconnaissance men are hunting for such targets and hitting them. And the key thing is that two boats of the Russian Black Sea Fleet have turned into a pile of scrap metal," noted Selezniov.
- On 4 November, explosions were heard in the temporarily occupied Crimea: the Ukrainian Armed Forces confirmed successful strikes on the Zaliv shipyard and damage to the Russian Askold missile carrier.
- Valeriy Romanenko, an aviation expert and leading researcher at the National Aviation University, noted that the Storm Shadow cruise missile could be used to strike at military targets in Crimea.