Monthly Archives: November 2019

Ukrainian naval boats seized by Russia near kerch Strait to be returned overnight Sunday – media

Service ships are heading to pick up the boats off the coast of Cape Tarkhankut. REUTERS Ukraine Navy artillery boats Berdyansk and Nikopol, seized by Russia near the Kerch Strait in November 2018, as well as the Yany Kapu tugboat, will be returned to Ukraine overnight Sunday. The report says special vessels are now heading from the Pivdenny port to

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Russia aims to reinforce Baltic Fleet with Kalibr-armed submarines

Russia’s Chief Naval Command is discussing the possibility of building Kalibr cruise missile-armed project 636.3 submarines for the Baltic Fleet, TASS reports, citing two sources in the shipbuilding sector. Russia’s Pacific and Black Sea Fleets already possess submarines of this class. One of the sources told TASS that the Black Sea Fleet can accommodate fewer of the submarines than the

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UN Committee approved resolution on protection of human rights in Crimea. Main provisions

Today, November 15, the Third Committee of the General Assembly of the United Nations, approved the resolution “On the protection of human rights in Crimea under the conditions of Russian occupation.” The Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the UN reported on results of the vote. 67 members of the committee supported the resolution, 23 were against, including representatives of Russia

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Kremlin Watch Briefing:

Boris Johnson accused of ignoring evidence of Russian interference. Topics of the Week British Prime Minister accused of ignoring evidence of Russian interference. The US Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Director warned Russia against interfering in the 2020 elections in a joint statement. Kremlin’s current narratives: Russian stooge blame game returns. Nuclear energy as a strategic tool of hybrid

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