Russian Warship Catches Fire in Black Sea Following Ukrainian Strike: Officials

A Russian ship caught fire after it was struck in the Black Sea and was forced to return to port, a Ukrainian official claimed on Friday.
Serhiy Bratchuk, a spokesman for the Kyiv-backed Odesa Regional Military Administration, told news outlets that “as a result of the actions of our military sailors, the logistics ship Vsevolod Bobrov, one of the newest in the Russian fleet, [caught fire]. They say that it is [being towed] to Sevastopol.”
Ukraine said the logistics ship was struck near Snake Island, a small but strategic outpost close to Ukraine’s sea border with Romania. The Epoch Times could not immediately verify the claims, and Russia has not issued a statement on the alleged incident.

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