On Thursday the Armed Forces of Ukraine hit a Russian command post in the Crimean port town of Sevastopol.
The AFU also struck a military unit in Crimea and blew up a “military radar station unit in Sevastopol.”
Ukraine said on Friday that they have caused “serious damage” to Russia’s defence systems inside Crimea.
The Associated Press reported on Friday that Kyiv remains steadfast in their strategy to target Crimea.
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Ukrainian air force commander Mykola Oleshchuk said that they had also attacked a Russian unit near to Yevpatoria in Crimea.
He said, Thanks to the air force pilots and everyone who planned the operation for perfect combat work.”
Russian sources claimed that they had destroyed ten guided missiles launched by Ukraine in Sevastopol.
AFP reported that fragments of artillery shells came raining down over the area and air raid sirens were heard across Crimea on Thursday evening.
The AFP had described “the sound of projectiles whooshing overhead,” which comes after President Volodymyr Zelensky warned Russia will be hit with Ukraine’s “wrath.”
The Russian Defence Ministry said that their forces intercepted 36 drones over Crimea and that they had destroyed a Ukrainian Neptune anti-ship missile in north west of the Black Sea.
Traffic was suspended for the second day on the Kerch bridge which connect the Russian Federation to Crimea and has proven vital for Vladimir Putin to send military supplies to his units.