Ukraine Claims It Blew Up Russian War Vessel in Black Sea

Ukraine may have just dealt Vladimir Putin another devastating blow.

If reports are accurate, the Orsk has been destroyed at sea.

The Russian vessel was apparently blown-up Thursday morning in the port of Berdyansk on the Black Sea.

The Orsk is believed to be a paratroop ship.

They Are Burning

Ukraine took credit for the hit early Thursday morning.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine posted this tweet showing the vessel burning…

Russia clearly has the numbers against Ukraine, but that advantage is shrunk every day that this battle continues.

Based on the latest casualty numbers released by Ukraine, the kill ratio is almost 10:1 in favor of Ukraine, a number that continues to grow with more urban/guerilla-style warfare.

Ukraine now claims to have killed almost 16,000 troops as well as having destroyed a staggering amount of Russian equipment…

Rumors are now surfacing that Russia is extremely low on supplies and ammo, which could explain the alleged use of hypersonic missiles this week.

There is simply no excuse to use that particular weapon so close to the target unless the missiles that would usually be used in this type of combat are running low.

We know Russia has appealed to China for aid and supplies, but it has been unclear if China is willing to cross that line.

Meanwhile, NATO countries continue to supply Ukraine in the hope this becomes a war of attrition and Ukraine prevails.

Over the next few days, we may see a more desperate Putin use extreme tactics to try to end this war in his favor, with the obvious worry being that Putin would resort to using a nuclear weapon.

Source: Fox News


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