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Stratcom: Ukrainian forces struck Russian ammunition depots in occupied Crimea

On 4 January, Ukrainian forces struck Russian ammunition depots near the village of Pervomaiske in Russian-occupied Crimea.
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On 4 January, Ukrainian forces struck Russian ammunition depots near the village of Pervomaiske in Russian-occupied Crimea, the Strategic Communications Department of Ukraine’s Armed Forces confirmed on 5 January.

This follows a recent Ukrainian attack on a command post of the Russian occupying forces near Sevastopol.

What Russian Black Sea Fleet ships were destroyed by Ukraine

Russia has acknowledged the loss of 23 of its military personnel, including high-ranking officers and special forces, during the Ukrainian strike in Crimea on 4 January. These details were reported by the Krymskyi Veter Telegram channel, citing Russian public sources.

On 26 December, Ukrainian pilots destroyed Russia’s Novocherkassk large landing craft in the port of Feodosia in the east of occupied Crimea.

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