Ukraine have attacked a train carrying “Kalibr missiles to the Black Sea” which took place in Dzhankoi which is a key transport hub in Crimea.
Ukraine said that blew up a train “transporting” the missiles using a drone and a large fireball lit up the sky in the town.
Kyiv’s military intelligence have undertaken a series of attacks in mainland Russian and in Crimea on military assets and Ukraine are preparing the “demilitarisation” of the annexed peninsula.
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Ukrainian intelligence implied that they were behind the attack and said by destroying the Kalibr missiles continues “the process of Russia’s demilitarisation and prepares the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea for de-occupation.”
Ukraine is attacking military targets in Dzhankoi, Crimea with something that sounds like… Iranian drones LOL pic.twitter.com/Npd12OYWuB
— Saint Javelin (@saintjavelin) March 20, 2023
They added, “An explosion in Dzhankoi city in the north of temporarily occupied Crimea destroyed Russian Kalibr-KN cruise missiles as they were being transported by rail.”
The missiles which were destroyed have an operational range of more than 1,550 miles on land and 233 miles at sea and were destined for the Russian Black Sea fleet.
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— АЗОВ South (@Azovsouth) March 20, 2023
Oleg Kryuchkov, an adviser to the Russia-installed head of Crimea said, “All the drones targeted civilian sites.
“One was hit over the Dzhankoi technical school and came down between the instruction area and a student residence,’ he said on his Telegram channel.
“There are no military sites nearby.
“The others were downed in residential areas. In addition to explosives, each one carried shrapnel.”