Russian missile carrier appeared in the Black Sea for the first time in several days
In the Black Sea, a launch vehicle appeared on duty for the first time in several days. This was announced by the head of the Joint Coordinating Press Center of the Southern Defense Forces, Natalya Gumenyuk, on the air of the information telethon.
"The first observation is that a launch vehicle on duty appeared in the Black Sea for the first time in several days. This is a surface launch vehicle carrying 8 Kalibr missiles. This indicates that preparations were underway, and launch vehicles are also located at the base points, which can be attached to work within a few hours," she said.
Gumenyuk urged not to neglect air raid signals, because "the attraction of the enemy to its bonds and traditions can be critical."
"It is likely that the beginning of the week could be marked by such an attack," she added.
- According to the Command of the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as of November 27, Russia kept 9 ships on combat duty in the Black Sea.
- It is also known that the Russians keep two ships on alert in the Sea of Azov.
- The enemy has concentrated nine ships in the Mediterranean, five of which are carriers of Kalibr cruise missiles, with a total salvo of 76 missiles.