Russia’s Admiral Makarov cruiser has joined the Black Sea Fleet that is being regrouped in the Black Sea waters.
As Ukrinform reports, Odesa Regional Military Administration spokesperson Serhii Bratchuk shared the news on Telegram.
"Although air-raid sirens went off all through the night in Odesa and Odesa region, no shelling was recorded. The enemy is trying to gain a foothold on Zmiinyi Island in the Black Sea by relocating the corresponding equipment, which primarily includes air defense systems. In addition, the relevant forces of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation are regrouping and carrying out maneuvers. The Admiral Makarov cruiser also joined their grouping there,” Bratchuk said.
He expressed hope that the Admiral Makarov would also “join a flash mob, already joined by the Moskva cruiser.”
Bratchuk also congratulated the Ukrainian Marines on their professional holiday.
As Ukrinform reported, on May 20, Russian troops launched a missile strike off the coast of Odesa from aircraft.