Russia has not withdrawn a single Kalibr carrier to the Black Sea
In total, 8 enemy ships are on combat duty in the Black Sea.
As of the morning of December 11, there was not a single Russian carrier of Kalibr missiles in the Black Sea, according to the published infographic of the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebook.
In total, 8 enemy ships are on combat duty in the Black Sea. In the Sea of Azov, the enemy is holding two ships; in the Mediterranean – 9 ships, of which 5 are carriers of Kalibr cruise missiles with a total salvo of 76 missiles.
In the interests of Russia, 15 ships passed through the Kerch-Yenikal Strait to the Sea of Azov during the day (of which 5 went in the direction of the Bosphorus), and 38 ships to the Black Sea (of which 8 ships continued to move in the direction of the Bosphorus).
“Russia continues to violate the 1974 International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) by turning off Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) on civilian ships in the Sea of Azov,” the Ukrainian Navy said in a report.