Russia reduces number of ships in Black Sea, but missile carrier is still among them
As of February 15, there were six Russian ships in the Black Sea instead of the seven seen on Tuesday. However, among them there is still a missile carrier with 8 "Kalibrs".
This was reported by the press service of the Ukrainian Navy.
"There are 6 enemy ships on combat duty in the Black Sea, including 1 Kalibr cruise missile carrier, with a total volley of 8 missiles," the statement said.
There is one enemy ship on duty in the Azov Sea, but it has no missiles.
10 enemy ships including 5 Kalibr cruise missile carriers are in the Mediterranean Sea, with a total volley of 72 missiles.
On February 14, seven enemy ships were in the Black Sea, including one missile carrier.
The South operational command predicts the next missile attack on Ukraine will take place on February 24.
On February 10, the Russian army massively shelled Ukraine with missiles. 71 missiles were fired, 61 of which were shot down by air defense.