Russia keeps 4 missile carriers equipped with 28 Kalibrs in Black Sea
As of January 25, invading Russian forces keep 11 ships in the waters of the Black Sea, and 4 of them are Kalibr carriers, the total salvo of which can reach 28 cruise missiles
The Naval Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces reported this.
As of January 25, 11 enemy ships are on combat duty in the Black Sea, among them are 4 carriers of Kalibr cruise missiles, the total salvo of which can be about 28 units.
“In the Sea of Azov, the enemy continues to control sea communications by keeping 2 ships on combat duty; in the Mediterranean Sea - 10 enemy ships, of which 5 are carriers of Kalibr cruise missiles, the total salvo - 72 missiles,” the Navy added.
On January 15, Operational Command South's press center head Natalia Humeniuk reported that during the massive missile attack on Ukraine on January 14, Russia used only half of the Kalibr missiles that it had prepared in the Black Sea for the strike.
As of January 19, OC South reported: despite the storm, the invading forces continued to keep missile carriers in the Black Sea: 6 ships were on combat duty with a total salvo of up to 40 Kalibrs.
According to Natalia Humeniuk, as of January 21, 11 ships of the Russian Federation were in the Black Sea, and 5 of them are missile carriers. So, the total volley of a possible attack reached 36 Kalibrs.