The reduction of the Russian fleet is noted in the Black Sea – OK “Pivden”

But despite the decrease in the number of missile carriers in the sea, there remains a high probability of missile attacks both from the sea and from the air.

Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation / photo ua.depositphotos.com
Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation / photo ua.depositphotos.com

In the Black Sea , the reduction of the Russian fleet to 8 ships and boats is noted.

This was reported in the operational command “South in formation as of 19:00 on November 16.

“In the Black Sea, the reduction of the enemy’s fleet to 8 ships and boats maneuvering along the southwestern coast of Crimea was noted. An underwater missile carrier equipped with 4 Kalibr cruise missiles was put on duty,” the message says.

As noted, despite the decrease in the number of missile carriers in the sea, there remains a high probability of missile attacks both from the sea and from the air.

It should be noted that, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Russia in Ukraine, Ukrainian defenders have destroyed at least 16 ships or boats of the occupiers.

According to OSINT researchers, the activity of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation in Crimea has significantly decreased after the October attack by naval drones. Both military frigates are in port. They are not involved in patrolling.

As Vladyslav Nazarov, the spokesman for the operational command “South”, reported earlier, a group of four ships of the Russian Federation  is kept close  to the southern Crimean coast near the base points. The reason for this is the fear of strikes by the Armed Forces and storms.

(C)UNIAN 2022

3 comments

  1. I still want to hear about their subs exploding, but every rashist vessel sunk means more Ukrainians can sleep better, and live without the threat of being bullied by them.

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