Russia destroys three Ukrainian unmanned motorboats in Black Sea

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Russia’s Black Sea Fleet struck three Ukrainian unmanned motorboats in the Black Sea using a missile and bomb attack, the Russian fleet said on Tuesday.

“At around 4 a.m. on October 24, three unmanned motorboats of the Ukrainian Navy were detected in the northern part of the Black Sea. A missile and bomb attack was carried out on the unmanned motorboats,” the Russian fleet said as cited by state news agency TASS.

It added that it was currently conducting a range of anti-mining and anti-sabotage measures around the outer edge of Sevastopol Bay. Sevastopol port is home to Russia's Black Sea Fleet.

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Earlier, Sevastopol Governor Mikhail Razvozhayev reported that Russia’s Black Sea Fleet will deliver fire by rocket and grenade launchers from gunboats to fight submerged saboteur forces.

“Approximately from 7:40 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., the Black Sea Fleet will conduct preventive measures against submerged saboteur forces and capabilities. Fire is set to be delivered from rocket and grenade launchers from aboard boats. Numerous explosions will be heard and so I warn in advance,” Razvozhayev said.

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