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Russian landing craft "Akula" blown up by mine near Mariupol

The Akula boat was blown up by a mine. Photo: Russia's Black Sea Fleet

The Akula boat was blown up by a mine. Photo: Russia's Black Sea Fleet

Landing craft D-106 "Akula" ("Shark") of the Black Sea Fleet was blown up by a mine near Mariupol. This is reported by the MP Oleksiy Honcharenko and the Russian media.

"It is reported that a Russian landing craft of the project 1176 "Akula" D-106 of the Black Sea Fleet exploded near Mariupol. We are waiting for confirmation of the "goodwill gesture," Serhiy Bratchuk, spokesperson of the Odesa Regional Military Administration, reports.

There is no official confirmation of the information so far.

Recall: On June 30, 2022, the Russians hastily evacuated the remnants of the garrison and left Zmiinyi Island. Russia called the withdrawal "a goodwill gesture." On June 20, it became known about the strikes by the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Zmiinyi Island. At that time the media reported dozens of explosions on the island.

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