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Ukraine announces the recovery of 4 oil and gas platforms in the Black Sea

Ukrainian military intelligence (GUR) announced today that the forces of Kyiv have regained control of four oil and gas extraction platforms located near the coast of Crimeain it Black Seawhich were under Russian control since 2015.

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The ‘Boyka Towers‘are oil and gas extraction platforms near the coast of Crimeain it Black Sea”Ukrainian military intelligence explained in a statement. Russia “It occupied them in 2015 and since the beginning of the large-scale invasion has used them for military purposes.”adds the note.

He GUR describes the operation in which the platforms were recovered as “unpublished”. “It was carried out by military intelligence units (GUR)“, is explained in the statement.

The platforms on which Kyiv has regained control they are named Petro Godovalets, Ukraine, Tavrida and Sivash.

During the operation, the special forces managed to obtain trophies valuable“says the note, which explains that Ukraine captured unguided helicopter aerial missiles and a radar used by the Russians to monitor the movement of ships in the Black Sea.

Within the framework of the operation, the GURa battle took place between Ukrainian military boats and a Russian fighter that “was damaged and had to withdraw.”

Source: Elcomercio

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