Black Sea demining concerns all countries with access to water - Ukraine's Southern Defense Forces
The spokesperson for the Southern Defense Forces, Natalia Humeniuk commented on the situation with the Black Sea mining and noted that this problem concerns all countries that have access to water
Espreso TV channel reported.
"Over 20 vessels have already used it (the humanitarian corridor in the Black Sea - ed.), there were no incidents of danger, except for those moments when you heard they occurred in Romanian waters, but this did not happen in the territorial sea of Ukraine," she said.
Humeniuk added that the fact that this happened in the territorial waters of other states emphasizes that the danger of the Black Sea, the mining of the Black Sea, which Russia arranged against Ukraine's intention, concerns everyone who has access to water.
"Even the detection of water mines, which was recorded during the full-scale invasion, in Georgia, Turkey, Romania, and Bulgaria, is an understanding for everyone that it is not only Ukraine that must protect the Black Sea. We are currently ensuring the security sector of the humanitarian corridor itself, and we are doing a good job," Natalia Humeniuk emphasized.
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On October 10, it was reported that three NATO member states planned to create a special forces unit in November to clear their territorial waters of the Black Sea of the consequences of Russia's war against Ukraine.