Ukraine says it hit Russian surface-to-air defense systems in occupied Crimea

Ukraine’s military said it damaged three Russian surface-to-air defense systems overnight in missile attacks on Crimea

The attacks struck an S-400 system in Dzhankoi and two less advanced S-300 systems near Yevpatoriya and Chornomorske resulting in “significant losses” for Russian air defenses, Ukraine’s general staff said.

Reuters could not independently verify the statement.

There was no immediate comment from the Russian defense ministry. Local Telegram channels reported explosions near Dzhankoi and Yevpatoriya.

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