Ukrainian drone ‘destroyed’ Russian ship carrying missiles to occupied Snake Island – World News

Officials have warned that any remaining Russian enemy units on the tiny Black Sea island without the cover of planes will be “destroyed and burned like cockroaches or locusts.”

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Ukraine: Drones destroy Russian landing craft

Ukraine has released a video claiming to show a military drone hitting a Russian landing ship supplying the TOR air defense missile system to Snake Island.

The footage appears to show the destruction of a large Serna-class lander during an air strike.

“The remaining enemy units on Snake Island remain unprotected and will be destroyed and burned like cockroaches or locusts,” said Ukrainian official Anton Gerashchenko.

Other reports said the lander was hit by a Ukrainian Bayraktar TB2 military drone.

The footage also shows an apparent attack on a building on Snake Island, the small Black Sea island that caused an international stir in February when Ukrainian border guards asked the aggressors to “take care of yourselves.” Let’s go”.







A hole is seen at the site where rockets hit a residential area during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
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Video of the ship attack is not dated in the image.

After the strike, people were seen moving on the train.

The Serna-class – Russian designation Project 11770 – is a type of amphibious “air-cavity” designed and built for the Russian Navy.

Twelve boats were built between 1994 and 2014.

The statement came a day after Ukrainian sources alleged that they attacked the modern Russian frigate Admiral Makarov in a Neptune missile attack.







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So far there is no confirmation of the Makarov attack that is said to have damaged the warship

Meanwhile, the British Ministry of Defense says Russia’s newest and most advanced tanks ‘remain vulnerable’ after Ukrainian forces destroyed an armored vehicle.

It carries some weight in the Russian army, but the modern T-90M tank A, was hit by a missile in the Kharkiv Oblast in the northeast of Ukraine.







Aerial shot of a Russian landing craft after being attacked by Ukrainian forces
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A building before and after it was hit by a ‘Ukrainian missile’ at Zmiinyi (Snake) Island, Ukraine
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On Monday, Ukraine announced two Russian patrol boats were destroyed near Snake Island.

These ships were attacked by a Ukrainian military drone in the Black Sea, a further blow to Vladimir Putin – as shown in a dramatic video posted on social media on 5/ 5.

Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valerii Zaluzhnyi said: “Two Russian Raptor boats were destroyed at dawn this morning near Snake Island.

He said it showed Ukraine’s Bayraktar drone – made in Turkey – “operating” against Russian forces.







Image of an ‘explosion’ at Zmiinyi (Snake) Island, released by Ukraine
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The Mirror yesterday reported that Finland’s relationship with Russia is at its worst since Russia invaded Ukraine, prompting the Nordic country to apply to join NATO.

Meanwhile, British soldiers from the Queen’s Royal Hussars are taking part in exercises in Finland.

The decision to join NATO has angered Russian President Vladimir Putin, who many speculate will declare full-scale war in Ukraine on Monday – Russia’s Victory Day.







View of Snake Island after an ‘explosion’ in Zmiinyi, Ukraine
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Putin has announced the “consequences” and said he would move nuclear weapons to the nearby Baltic Sea if Finland, which shares an 830-mile border with Russia, chooses to join NATO.

And a Russian lawmaker last month warned the Finns would “demand the destruction of their country”.

The warning was issued after a Russian military helicopter violated Finnish airspace.

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