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A RUSSIAN warship has been accidentally sunk by one of its own sea mines in a friendly fire fiascodealing a fresh blow to Vladimir Putin.

The colossal D-106 landing craft was reportedly blown-up by one of the russo navy’s own mines near the occupied southern port of Mariupol.

Russia's colossal D-106 warship has reportedly been accidentally blown up by it's own navy's sea mine

Russia’s colossal D-106 warship has reportedly been accidentally blown up by it’s own navy’s sea mineCredito: Telegram/@moria40k

The crew is said to have survived the blunderbut Russian naval commanders will now be facing another rocket from tyrant Putin after their latest mistake.

Russia’s under-fire military chiefs were carpeted after the flagship of Moscow’s Black Sea fleet, the Moskva, era destroyed by Ukrainian ship-to-shore missiles in a landmark strike in April.

Putin’s latest warship woes also come two days after Russian soldiers were forced into a desperate evacuation from Snake Island in the Black Sea under a hail of Ukrainian shells.

Following the accidental sinking of the landing craft today, a Telegram channel said to be linked to the Russian navy said in an unconfirmed report: “Near Mariupol, a landing craft of the Black Sea Fleet D-106 blew up on a mine.”

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Wisecracking Ukrainian’s quickly weighed in with online jibes, with one sneering: “Waiting for a confirmation of this suicidal goodwill gesture.”

Another user called it a “special underwater operation”mocking Putin’s description of his bloody war in Ukraine.

Un altro ha detto: “More company for the Moskva, down they go!'"

Moscow’s latest military humiliation follows the embarrassing retreat of Snake Island two days agowhere Russian soldiers attempted to destroy their own equipment on the strategically-important island.

tuttavia, ucraino armed forces say they failed as the Russians couldnot cope with the task.

Ziiminy Island‘snake’ in inglese – is a tiny but strategically vital 100-acre perch that sits 22-miles off Ukraine’s Black Sea coast.

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Russia lied that it had withdrawn as a “goodwill gesture” to free up grain exports to countries facing famine thanks to their invasion.

Ukraine’s Commander-in-chief Valerii Zaluzhnyi said: “With yesterday’s airstrikes, the Russians tried to destroy their equipment, weapons and property on Snake Island.

“tuttavia, traditionally they did not cope with the task.

We ‘helpedthe invaders to finally evacuate the remnants of their garrison from our islandadded the Ukrainian military chief.

Russia’s humiliating surrender of Snake Island was followed by claims that Moscow dropped prohibited phosphorous bombs on the outpost.

Snake Island was one of Moscow’s first targets when they began their invasion, and was the site of the brutal massacre of 13 Ukrainians after the now-sunk Moskva warship was famously told togo f**k yourselves.

Putin’s Soviet-era warship was sent to the bottom of the Black Sea by Ukraine’s newest ‘Neptunemissilesin what has been labelled the biggest Naval loss since Britain sunk the General Belgrano.

The sinking of the Moskva in April has been followed by a series of military blunders that has given rise to rumours that Putin could soon face a mutiny from his own inner-circle of commanders.

First images purportedly showing the damaged cruiser Moskva soon after it was ‘struck by Ukrainian missiles’

First images purportedly showing the damaged cruiser Moskva soon after it was ‘struck by Ukrainian missiles’Credito: Est2Ovest