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Russian Naval Warship 'Destroyed' by Ukraine's Navy

Ukrainian military says 'the occupiers are burning well'

 on 24th March 2022 @ 9.00pm
ukraine s navy says it destroyed the russian naval vessel © press
Ukraine's Navy says it destroyed the Russian naval vessel

Ukraine's Armed Forces says its Navy has "destroyed" a Russian naval warship.

The Ukrainian Navy said the Russian vessel was destroyed on Thursday morning in the port of Berdyansk on the Black Sea southwest of Mariupol.

"A large paratroop ship ‘Orsk’ of the black sea fleet of occupiers was destroyed in the occupied Russian port Berdyansk," the Ukraine Navy announced on Facebook.

"Glory to Ukraine!"

The Ukraine Armed Forces Twitter account posted a video of a burning vessel with a caption: 

"The occupiers are burning well."

ukraine s president volodymyr zelensky insists that his country will be triumphant © press
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky insists that his country will be triumphant

The video appears to show a burning ship exploding.

WATCH:

While Russia has superior forces in Ukraine, the defenders have put up a surprisingly strong resistance.

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky has maintained that his besieged country will prove triumphant in the war.

vladimir putin s forces have been struggling in ukraine  suffering big losses © press
Vladimir Putin's forces have been struggling in Ukraine, suffering big losses

On Thursday morning, the Armed Forces of Ukraine published a list of Russia's total combat losses from Feb. 24 to March 23.

The list claims Russia's death toll so far amounts to about 15,800 people.

The Armed Forces also lists military hardware losses as:

  • 530 tanks
  • 1,597 armored combat vehicles
  • 280 artillery systems
  • 47 anti-aircraft weapons

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