More than 20 Russian warships with a total volley of 84 cruise missiles remain 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 Facebookreports a correspondent of Ukrinform.
“As of November 4, 2022, seven enemy warships, including a Kalibr-type missile carrier with a total volley of eight missiles, were maintained on combat duty in the Black Sea,” the report said.
In the Sea of Azov, the enemy continues to control sea communications, keeping up to two warships and boats ready for battle.
In the Mediterranean Sea, there are 13 Russian warships, including five Kalibr-type cruise missile carriers with a total volley of 76 missiles.
During the past day, in the interests of the Russian Federation, the passage through the Kerch-Yenikale Canal took place as follows: 36 ships sailed through the Sea of Azov, including eight ships from the Bosphorus Strait ; 31 ships sailed in the Black Sea, and six of them headed for the Bosphorus Strait.
According to the Ukrainian Naval Forces, Russia continues to violate the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS 1974), disabling Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) on civilian ships in the Sea of Azov.