The Russian Defense Ministry said the Moscow cruiser sank

The Russian Defense Ministry said the Moscow cruiser sank

The decommissioning of this embassy building was a major setback for the Russian military, with Ukrainian authorities claiming to have hit it with cruise missiles.

Cruiser MoscowThe front of a Russian ship that sank in the Black Sea during the attack on Ukraine sank, the Russian Defense Ministry announced on Thursday evening, April 14th.

As the Moscow cruiser was being towed to its destination port, the ship lost stability due to hull damage caused by a firecracker explosion. The ship sank in turbulent seasThe ministry quoted state agency Tass as saying.

Ukraine claims to have carried out the attack using missiles

This 186 meter long missile ship “Bad damageRussia’s Defense Ministry said on Monday it had to evacuate more than 500 of its crew following a fire that caused an explosion. He said the fire was under control Thursday morning and the blast had stopped. “Cruiser Mosque maintains its heightHe had said.

Ukrainian authorities claim that the flagship of the Russian Black Sea cruise ship Sevastopol in Crimea was destroyed by cruise missiles. “Neptune missiles protecting the Black Sea caused great damage to this Russian shipAssured by Maxim Marchenko, Governor of the Odessa Region of the Black Sea. Sergei Brochowk, a spokesman for the military administration of the Ukrainian port city, confirmed his comments.

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The decommissioning of this iconic building, built in the Soviet Union in 1983 and bearing the name of the Russian capital and previously engaged in Russian propaganda in Syria, is an important snap for the Russian military.

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