Ukraine hits Russian S-300 and S-400 missile systems in Crimea

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The Ukrainian Armed Forces (AFU) successfully struck S-300 and S-400 long-range missile systems in Russian-occupied Crimea overnight, the General Staff of the AFU reported on Telegram on June 12.

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Ukrainian military units launched coordinated missile strikes on a Russian S-300 system near the Belbek airfield, as well as two S-400 systems near Belbek and Sevastopol.

The General Staff confirmed the destruction of one S-300 and one S-400. The status of the third radar is currently under investigation.

Further ammunition detonations were recorded in all three areas where Russian anti-aircraft missile divisions are stationed.

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Explosions rocked Sevastopol overnight on June 12. The city's so-called "head" claimed it was due to "Air defense activity."

The AFU also targeted one S-400 system near Dzhankoi and two S-300 systems near Chornomorske and Yevpatoria, the General Staff reported on June 10.

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