Russian warships with a total volley of 84 Kalibr-type cruise missiles are remaining combat ready in the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.
The relevant statement was made by the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Telegram, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
“In the Black Sea, 12 enemy warships, including one Kalibr-type missile carrier with a total volley of eight missiles, are remaining on combat duty,” the report states.
In the Sea of Azov, the enemy continues to control maritime communications, keeping two warships combat ready.
In the Mediterranean Sea, there are nine Russian warships, including five Kalibr-type cruise missile carriers with a total volley of 76 missiles.
Over the past day, in the interests of the Russian Federation, passage through the Kerch-Yenikale Canal has been carried out as follows: 23 vessels have sailed into the Sea of Azov, including three vessels from the Bosphorus Strait; 20 vessels have sailed into the Black Sea, and six of them have gone towards the Bosphorus Strait.