Russian Cargo Ships Struck by Missile Strike in the Sea of ​​Azov

The Azov battalion has reportedly launched missiles against two Russian cargo ships that were sailing in the Sea of Azov.

“At 11:00 on February 24, 2022, in the waters of the Sea of ​​Azov, Russian civilian cargo ships SGV-Flot and Serafim Sarovsky were subjected to a missile attack by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The fire was fired from the direction of Mariupol. . One of the team members was seriously injured,” said the Russian Federal Security Service.

The fires caused by the missile strike have been reportedly put out in both SGV-Flot and Serafim Sarovsky.

Patrol boats have arrived to evacuate the wounded crew member while both ships continued with their journey.

According to Marinetraffic.com, as of 09:47 LT (UTC +2) SGV-Flot is still in the Azov Sea located  46.84953° / 37.55232° near Yalta. 


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