‘Brit Storm Shadow missiles pound Putin’ as massive blasts rock Russian missile store in occupied Ukrainian port

A MASSIVE explosion reportedly ripped through a Russian missile store as the Ukrainians struck allegedly using British-made Storm Shadows.

Pictures show the enormous fireball erupting after the reported strike on an arsenal of Russian S-300 air defence missiles in the occupied port of Berdiansk in southern Ukraine.


Explosions tore through what was reported to be a Russian-missile store in Berdiansk
The fireball could be seen rising over the city after the nighttime attack


The fireball could be seen rising over the city after the nighttime attack
Russia defences managed to shoot down a missile over Rostov


Russia defences managed to shoot down a missile over Rostov
Explosions were also heard in the city of Krasnodar


Explosions were also heard in the city of Krasnodar

It came as explosions were also heard across the border in the Russian regions of Krasnodar and Rostov.

Russia is facing more and more strikes in their own territory as Ukraine pushes back.

Kyiv did not claim immediate responsibility for the three apparent attacks.

Ukraine is alleged to have used British-made Storm Shadows in the strikes – weapons which were described as a “game changer”.

Strikes were also reported on Tokmak and Vasylivka, both in Putin-occupied Zaporizhzhia region. 

Berdiansk – a key Azov Sea port and resort occupied by Russia – was hit by a giant explosion.

Residents reported  several powerful blasts from what is reported to have been a weapons store.

A pro-Russian official in the occupied Zapirizhzhia region said: “Berdiansk under the Kyiv regime’s fire. 

“Explosions were heard on the outskirts of Berdiansk. First responders are working at the scene. 

“The circumstances are being established,” a spokesperson said.

It was unclear if the surge of overnight attacks — seen on dramatic videos — represented the start of a counteroffensive or a change in strategy by Ukraine.

In Krasnodar the local crisis centre denied any casualties. 

“At 04:17am Moscow time, an explosion was heard near a building on Morskaya Street….first responders were sent to the area.

“According to preliminary information, no one was injured.

“The building’s roof and windows were damaged, but no fire followed.”

City Mayor Yevgeny Naumov said “an office building and an apartment block” sustained damage.

“The cause of the incident is being established. I call upon residents to stay calm.”

In Rostov region, air defences claimed to have downed a Ukrainian missile.

Reports indicated an attack on a Russian military airfield in Morozovsk

War blogger Anatoly Shariy, who has one million-plus followers, said “the impression is that infrastructure and headquarters are being cut down.

“As if before something [bigger].”

Storm Shadow air-launched cruise missiles can travel up to 600mph and blast targets up to 350 miles away.

It means the weapons could hit a targets at maximum range in just 35 minutes – travelling near half the length of the UK.

US military officials described the missile as a “a real game-changer from a range perspective”.

The devastating missile costs £790,000 and has onboard guidance systems to help seek out enemies.

They are designed to hit well-defended static targets like facilities, bunkers and bridges.

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The weapon works like a dive-bomber.

It cruises low over the land before shooting high into the sky and then coming down on its target from a near vertical angle.

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