Ukrainian Forces Strike Russian Surface-to-Air Systems in Crimea

Ukraine's general staff reported that Kyiv's forces successfully struck three Russian surface-to-air defense systems in Russian-occupied Crimea overnight. The attacks targeted an S-400 system in Dzhankoi and two S-300 systems near Yevpatoriya and Chornomorske. The strikes resulted in radar shutdowns and ammunition detonation.


Reuters | Updated: 10-06-2024 15:23 IST | Created: 10-06-2024 15:23 IST
Ukrainian Forces Strike Russian Surface-to-Air Systems in Crimea
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Ukraine's general staff said on Monday that Kyiv's forces had hit three Russian surface-to-air defence systems in Russian-occupied Crimea overnight.

It said "successful strikes" were launched at an S-400 system in Dzhankoi and two less advanced S-300 systems near Yevpatoriya and Chornomorske.

An immediate shutdown of the systems' radars was recorded after the strikes, as well as detonation of ammunition in the area, it said on Telegram.

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