Last night, the Security Service of Ukraine and the Navy launched a large-scale fire attack on the Saki military airfield in occupied Crimea.
According to our sources in the Security Service, there were at least 12 combat aircraft (Su-24 and Su-30) and Pantsyr MANPADS at the airfield. There was also a training base for operators of Mojaher UAVs, which are strike drones produced by Iran.
"Russians use these drones to coordinate their own air attacks, as well as as a combat strike drone," the sources noted.
The strikes of the Security Service and the Navy hit the target and caused serious damage to the occupiers' equipment. The attackers used drones to overload the Russian air defence system and then launched Neptune missiles.
Even pro-Russian telegram channels confirm serious damage and losses, reporting at least 30 dead soldiers.
The SBU assures that hits on Crimea will intensify more and more every day - the occupiers cannot feel safe on the occupied peninsula.
The Russian Ministry of Defence concealed information about the damage to the airfield in occupied Crimea. The Russians claimed to have shot down 19 drones.
Yesterday morning in Crimea, the Defence Forces attacked the command post of the Russian Black Sea Fleet with missiles. There were casualties among enemy manpower and equipment.