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Satellite images show aftermath of Ukrainian attack on Sevastopol Bay

Wednesday, 13 September 2023, 18:50
Satellite images show aftermath of Ukrainian attack on Sevastopol Bay

The aftermath of the Ukrainian attack on the Sevastopol Shipyard was recorded on satellite images.

Source: Russian service of Radio Liberty

Details: The images from the service show the difference between the state of the bay on 12 and 13 September.

Photo: Radio Liberty
Photo: Radio Liberty

On 13 September, Sky News, citing sources, said that Russian ships were damaged using UK-made Storm Shadow cruise missiles. 

At the same time, the Ukrainian Defence Intelligence, in a comment to Ukrainska Pravda, confirmed the damage to the Rostov-on-Don submarine (Project 636) and the destruction of the large landing ship Minsk (Project 775), which were in dry dock at the Ordzhonikidze Shipyard.

Sevastopol Bay on 14 September
Photo: UP source at Ukraine's Defence Intelligence


  • On the night of 12-13 September, the occupation authorities of Sevastopol claimed that a missile attack caused a fire to break out at a shipyard near Kilen-balka, and the Russian Ministry of Defence reported an attack by missiles and uncrewed surface vessels (USVs) that damaged two ships.
  • Ukraine's attack on the ships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in occupied Sevastopol can be considered a great success: a large landing ship was hit for the third time, and a submarine was hit for the first time.
  • OSINT researchers reported that a Ropucha-class large landing ship and a Kilo-class submarine were damaged at a shipyard in occupied Sevastopol. The Russian Telegram channel Baza wrote that, as a result of the attack, the large landing ship Minsk and the Rostov-on-Don diesel-electric submarine were damaged.
  • Lieutenant General Mykola Oleshchuk, Commander of the Ukrainian Air Force, thanked Ukrainian pilots for explosions in temporarily occupied Sevastopol.

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