In a phone call with his Ukrainian counterpart, the Turkish president expressed his support for a peaceful solution to the war and the return of all Ukrainian prisoners and deportees.
British Intel: Russian commander of Black Sea Fleet dismissed likely due to Ukraine’s successes sinking Russian ships
The British Defense Ministry didn’t specify whether Sokolov is alive. Back in September 2023, after the strike on the headquarters in Sevastopol, the Ukrainian Special Forces announced that 34 officers, including the commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, had been killed in the attack.
As a result of the attack on the Black Sea, a Russian amphibious assault ship allegedly sank, Ukrainian media reported, citing its sources from Ukrainian Intelligence.
Russo-Ukrainian war, day 713: Ukrainian special forces destroy Russian drone support facility in Black Sea
In the “Citadel” operation, Ukrainian Special Operations Forces captured crucial Russian equipment from Black Sea drilling platform and destroyed a mast along with its antenna. In a devastating attack on Kharkiv Oblast, Russian forces launched two missile strikes on the town of Zolochiv, killing a two-month-old baby.
In the "Citadel" operation, Ukrainian Special Operations Forces captured crucial Russian equipment from Black Sea drilling platform and destroyed a mast along with its antenna.
Ukraine is developing a new underwater drone project that aims to destroy the Russian Navy in the Black Sea and protect Ukrainian waters.
Ukraine’s victory demands more than drones. “Boots on the ground” define true territory control, says Navy commander
Ukraine created the world's first fleet of naval drones, paralyzing Russia's Black Sea Fleet. However, can occupied Crimea - the apple of Vladimir Putin's eye - be liberated by drones alone?
An investigation by OSINT analysts revealed how Russia is using ports in occupied Crimea and Türkiye to illegally export thousands of tons of sunflower seeds stolen from the occupied territories of southern Ukraine.
In response to maritime safety concerns in the Black Sea amid Russia's war against Ukraine, three NATO allies have established a Mine Countermeasures Task Group to tackle the drifting sea mines.
Minister: Ukraine exports 15 mn tons of cargo via Black Sea corridor in five months amid Russia’s blockade
Amid Russia's ongoing sea blockade of Ukraine's ports, Ukraine has shipped 15 million tons of cargo over five months using newly established temporary routes after Russia's withdrawal from the UN-brokered grain deal.
By creating a safe maritime corridor, Ukraine has shipped 13 million tons of critical exports on hundreds of vessels since August, defying Russia's threats to blockade the Black Sea.
British Intel: Destruction of Novocherkassk increased the number of lost key Russian warships to three
The ships were providing important logistical support, augmenting the key Crimea Bridge connection with Russia
A ship's captain and a sailor, who are Egyptian citizens, were injured.
The Cossack Mamai surface drone measures six meters in length and can reach speeds of up to 110 km/h.
Successful attacks by maritime drones, coupled with missile strikes on Russian naval facilities have enabled Ukraine to drive Russia's ships out of Sevastopol Bay and establish a safe sea corridor for merchant vessels.
"We are grateful to Türkiye for supporting Ukraine from the first day of the full-scale invasion in ensuring the Black Sea's security. We invite Türkiye to join the Maritime Coalition," Umerov stated.
Despite the ongoing Russian blockade, Ukraine managed to export 7 million tons of cargo since August, of which nearly 5 million tons were agricultural products.
Satellite photos show that Crimea lost a naval defense line in a storm that battered the annexed Black…
Zelenskyy emphasized that one of Ukraine's major accomplishments this year is securing a grain corridor independent of Russia, and he noted that Ukraine is actively working to guarantee safe transit for vessels along the corridor.
It most likely happened due to a severe Black Sea storm.