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Russia Ukraine War: A big blow to Putin in Ukraine war, Ukrainian soldiers blow up Russian airbase in Crimea

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Moscow:The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for the last 165 days. Meanwhile, a picture has come from the Crimea occupied by Russia, which is becoming increasingly viral across social media. A big explosion can be seen in this picture. On Tuesday, the Russian Defense Ministry said the explosion occurred at the Russian Navy’s Saki Air Base near the village of Novofedorivka. The incident took place at 3:20 pm local time. He further added that no one was injured due to the blast.

The ministry said that no aircraft was damaged in the accident. Fire extinguishing measures are being taken. The cause of the explosions is being ascertained. According to a report, there was a stock of ammunition in the airfield, on which the fire had no effect. At the same time, according to the report of the New York Times, a Ukrainian official said that the Ukrainian army was behind the blast.

Did Ukrainian soldiers attack
According to reports, the officer, while discussing sensitive military matters, claimed, ‘It was an airport. They were regularly flying from here to attack our forces in the southern theatre. It is not known what kind of weapon was used in this attack. However, the official only stated that the weapon used was made in Ukraine. A senior Russian military official confirmed that the explosions took place in Novofedorivka.
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Russia annexed Crimea in 2014, along with it captured the Saki airbase. The 43rd Independent Naval Assault Aviation Regiment of the Russian Navy is stationed here. The base consists of 12 Sukhoi-30MS, six SU-24Ms and six Su-24MRs. This regiment has conducted several encounters with NATO military forces in the Black Sea in 2021. This base is currently 200 km away from the battle site. That is, Saki Air Base is away from Ukraine’s Long Range Fire Missile. The missiles and rockets that Ukraine has can go only up to 70 km.

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