In the Black and Azov Seas, russian missile carriers are absent

In the Black and Azov Seas, russian missile carriers are absent

However, the level of missile threat remains high as it only takes a few hours to deploy missile carriers on duty

In the Black and Azov Seas, russian missile carriers are absent

russia has eight warships on combat duty in the Black and Azov Seas, with all missile carriers returned to their bases.

This information is reported by the Operational Command South on its Facebook page.

"In the Black Sea, the enemy's naval group consists of seven units, with another one on duty in the Azov Sea. All missile carriers have been returned to their bases," the message states.

The Operational Command South warns that the level of missile threat remains high. It only takes a few hours to deploy missile carriers on duty, and following a drone attack, the enemy often resorts to missile strikes as a means to increase pressure and create psychological tension among the population.

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