Russia has lost another ship in the Black Sea - the media

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Russian ship "Vsevolod Bobrov"
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Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Updated: May 12 2022 at 10:25 pm

It is currently unknown without which ship the Russian fleet could have been left: Vsevolod Bobrov or Elbrus.

It became known that Russia could lose another ship in the Black Sea. This is the logistics vessel of project 23120: "Vsevolod Bobrov" or "Elbrus".

Source. This was reported by Ukrainian media with reference to sources in Ukrainian intelligence, Channel 24 reports.

Details. It is noted that it is currently unknown without which ship the Russian fleet was left.

According to the report, on the night of May 12, the ship was heading in the direction of Snake Island. For some unknown reason, a fire broke out on it.

"Subsequently, the operation to rescue the crew continued. In the middle of the night the charred ship tried to reach Sevastopol. It seems that the Russians succeeded and the ship was moored in the port. It is unknown at this time how long the ship has failed, but according to preliminary data, the ship will need to be seriously repaired, "the statement said.

The publication notes that the ships of the 23120 project can be considered the newest, so even the temporary loss of one of them during the war is critical for the occupiers. In addition, journalists added that if it is necessary to bring the ship out of the Black Sea, Turkey will not let him back.

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