Ukraine's Crimean fightback having 'psychological impact' on Russia

Posted on AllSides August 19th, 2022
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Ukrainian strikes on Crimea are having major psychological and operational effects on Moscow's forces, Western officials have told journalists.

Explosions at the Saki airbase on 9 August and other assaults have put more than half of the Black Sea fleet's naval jets out of action, they said.

The fleet has a revered history, but it has suffered a series of humiliations since the invasion began in February.

Officials said the setbacks have forced it to adopt a defensive posture.

In March, the fleet's flagship, the cruiser Moskva, was sunk by...

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