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The Secret Operation of the Invading Russians has been Deciphered!

It was alleged that Russia conducted a secret operation on the flagship Moskva, which was sunk by the Ukrainian attack, collecting military equipment and the lifeless bodies of soldiers. While the eerie operation claim came from Ukraine, Western media announced that the operation was carried out after the anger of the soldiers’ families increased. The fact that Ukraine shot down Moskva, the flagship of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, had been one of the most talked about topics of the war. Today, after a new claim by Ukraine, the giant ship is back on the world agenda…

Putin’s flagship was sunk by Ukraine’s Neptune missile strike on April 14. while the 12,490-ton cruiser went down in history as the largest Russian warship sunk in operation since World War II, the Russian Defense Ministry claimed that the ship was badly damaged by a fire and explosion, but confirmed reports that the ship had sunk in the evening. Moscow has so far not acknowledged the casualties in the incident, which military analysts described as a ‘major blow to Russia’. Although Ukraine has made estimates on this issue, it is still unclear how many soldiers lost their lives on the ship, which holds more than 500 crew members. “They completely cleared the cruiser with the operation, ” Vadym Skibitskyi, a spokesman for the main intelligence directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, said in a statement claiming that Russian forces had secretly conducted an eerie Operation to remove the dead from the sunken cruiser Moskva. All the bodies and military equipment on board were taken so that they would not fall into the hands of a third country. It is unclear what happened to the bodies afterwards.” he used his statements.

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