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Just hours after the attack on Russia’s Black Sea port in Sevastopol, Ukraine’s Defense Ministry has released footage of unmanned sea drones heading towards Russian warships. How successful they were is still unclear.

Several Ukrainian drone strikes were recorded over the weekend on Russia’s annexed Crimea peninsula in the Bay of Sevastopol. The situation is still unclear at the moment, reports of damage differ. It is particularly controversial at the moment whether the new flagship “Makarov” (she is the successor to the sunken “Moskva”) was damaged. Only minesweeping ship damaged? The Russian side only confirmed that the minesweeping ship “Iwan Golubez” and also installations in a bay were slightly damaged, the Ministry of Defense in Moscow announced on Saturday. The attacks were carried out under the guidance of British specialists in Ukraine. From the air and from the sea According to reports, the attack was carried out with drones from the air, but also with self-propelled small boats loaded with explosives. “We keep calm. The situation is under control,” said the Russian side on Saturday. Videos of numerous burning objects circulated on the Internet, which are said to be either fuel tanks or Russian ships. To be on the safe side, ferry traffic in the bay has been temporarily suspended. Sevastopol in particular, as the home port of the notorious Black Sea fleet, is considered extremely important for Russia’s strategic interests. Drones have been shot down there again and again for months.

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