Russia fires missiles at Ukrainian corvette

Russian Defense Ministry spokesperson Igor Konashenkov claimed on Sunday that Russian forces destroyed a Ukrainian corvette in the Odesa region on Saturday night with high-precision missiles.

Overnight, the Russian Aerospace Force’s high-precision aerial missiles damaged a mechanized brigade’s command post in the Pyatikhatka region of Kharkiv and the Chervonoglinskoye military airfield’s communications center in the Kharkiv population area. Artsy. A Ukrainian Navy project 1241 corvette was also destroyed in the Odesa region, according to the official.

According to NATO, the corvette was of the Tarantul class, designed in the 1970s and armed with four anti-ship and anti-aircraft missiles.

Two Su-24 bombers and a Ukrainian Mi-24 helicopter were shot down on the island of Zmeny, near Odesa, according to the colonel general.

As part of Russia’s military action in Ukraine, Russian aircraft targeted 130 Ukrainian military targets on Saturday, including three command posts and two artillery ammunition stockpiles.

A Bayraktat TB-2 drone was also intercepted by Russian air defense in the Odessa region. A total of 56 command posts, 32 artillery firing positions, 415 personnel, and military equipment concentration locations, and two S-300 air defense systems were targeted.

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