Friday, September 22, 2023


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British weaponry employed by Ukraine caused significant damage to the hull of a Russian submarine.

British missiles caused significant damage to the Russian submarine’s hull, marking the first attack on a Kremlin sub since the conclusion of World War II.

The initial detailed images reveal two large openings on the top and side, rendering the submarine inoperable.

Ukraine utilized British missiles to create large breaches in the hull of a Russian submarine.

Naval specialist H I Sutton stated that the Rostov-on-Don, a Kilo-class submarine, is now classified as an inoperative vessel.

He stated that the pictures seemed believable and revealed that the destruction was even more severe than initially believed.

Last week, a series of Storm Shadow missiles successfully evaded Putin’s air defenses and targeted naval docks in Sevastopol, located in occupied Crimea.

A Ropucha-class landing ship, which was intended for deploying tanks and armored vehicles onto beaches, was also destroyed by them.

Images captured before and after using a satellite displayed the ships positioned next to each other in a dry dock while undergoing repairs.

The majority of the destruction targeted the Minsk, which is a Ropucha-class ship.

The images surfaced after Russia responded with a lethal attack of 30 unmanned aerial vehicles yesterday.

Ukraine reported that they downed 27 aircraft, but three were able to evade the attack. One of these planes caused a fire at a warehouse in Lviv.

The head of Ukraine’s Air Force Lt Gen Oleshchuk had earlier hinted Storm Shadows were used when he said the Russians had endured a “storm”.

He expressed his gratitude to the pilots of the Ukrainian Air Force for their exceptional efforts and mentioned that there will be further achievements.

According to naval analyst H I Sutton, the Rostov-on-Don, a Kilo-class submarine, is no longer in service.