British intelligence shows consequences of strikes on Sevastopol – photos
Crimea (Illustrative photo: EPA)

British intelligence analyzed photos of the consequences of the strikes on temporarily occupied Sevastopol on March 24 and concluded that two landing ships and one reconnaissance ship of the Russian Black Sea Fleet were damaged, an intelligence report by the UK Ministry of Defense reads.

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The report states that on March 24, the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine launched missile strikes on Crimea. One of the targets was a communication point of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, located in temporarily occupied Sevastopol.

Analysis of satellite images showed that one building was structurally damaged, including a partial roof collapse. Two other buildings received minor damage.

British intelligence shows consequences of strikes on Sevastopol – photos
Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Great Britain

Intelligence also says that two landing ships, tanks, and one reconnaissance ship were damaged as a result of the strikes. In connection with this, the occupiers moved ships that were usually located in Sevastopol to other ports further east.

British intelligence shows consequences of strikes on Sevastopol – photos
Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Great Britain

"Despite Russia's attempts to limit its losses, Ukraine continues to demonstrate success in diminishing the Black Sea Fleet's ability to project power in the region," the report says.

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