On the territory of Crimea annexed by Russia black sea fleet has started training for strikes against Maritime targets.
“On the Crimean ranges of combat training the personnel of the anti-ship coastal missile systems” Bal “and” Bastion “black sea fleet in cooperation with the mobile coastal reconnaissance systems, sea-and air environment are conducting regular training with the practical skills for applying conventional missile strikes while deploying from the March” – written on the resources of the fleet.
The invaders hide behind traditionally pretty blurry the aim of the exercise: “improving the skills of the military personnel in the performance of tasks for the detection of surface targets, provide target detection and training facilities to the missile strikes in a variety of settings”.
As you know, December 1, Poroshenko said that around Ukraine, ORDO in the Crimea there are about 80 thousand Russian troops, 1,400 artillery and missile systems, tanks, 900, 2300 armored vehicles, 500 aircraft and 300 helicopters in the waters of the Azov, Black and Aegean seas perform the tasks of more than 80 ships and 8 submarines of the Russian Federation, including shock – 23 ship and six submarines.
25 Nov 2018 Russian occupants rammed the tugboat and fired small armored South of the Kerch Strait. Ukrainian ships seized and towed to Kerch, and the crews captured. In 10 regions of Ukraine, bordering with Russia, Transnistria and have outputs in the Black and Azov seas, imposed martial law.
See: Kerch crisis and martial law
We will remind, the Ministry of defense of Ukraine officially collects reservists.As reported by “Know.ia”, Putin’s troops seized the Ukrainian border. Also “Know.Eeyore” wrote the Crimean Tatars supported the captured Ukrainian sailors.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.