Ukrainians are asked not to disregard the alarm as Russian rocket launchers have returned to the Black Sea
For the first time in days, a Russian carrier rocket returned to the Black Sea for duty.
This was reported by Natalya Gumenyuk, head of the Joint Coordination Press Centre of the Southern Defence Forces, in an information telethon.
The very first observation is that for the first time in several days a carrier rocket appeared on duty in the Black Sea. It is a surface carrier rocket carrying eight Kalibr missiles. This indicates that preparations were underway and there are also carrier rockets in the basing sites that can be put on duty within a few hours," she said.
In this regard, Gumenyuk urged not to ignore the alarms.
According to the Ukrainian Naval Forces Command, as of 27 November, Russia had nine ships on alert in the Black Sea. Two more ships are on alert in the Sea of Azov. There are nine enemy ships in the Mediterranean Sea, including five carriers of Kalibr cruise missiles, with a total salvo of 76 missiles.
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