There are two enemy missile carriers in the Black Sea.
As of the morning of March 26, two carriers of Caliber cruise missiles are stationed in the Black Sea. Their total salvo is up to 8 missiles.
This was reported by the press center of the command of the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. According to the agency, there are 10 ships on combat duty in the Black Sea area.
“There are 2 enemy ships in the Sea of Azov, up to 7 enemy ships in the Mediterranean Sea, of which 3 are carriers of Caliber cruise missiles, a total salvo of up to 20 missiles,” the report says.
Ukrainians warned about the threat of a strike from the Black Sea
Recall that the day before, the head of the Joint Coordinating Press Center of the Southern Defense Forces, Natalya Gumenyuk, warned Ukrainians about the potential threat of a missile attack by Russian troops from the Black Sea.
She clarified that as of March 25, there are two rocket carriers in the water area that are capable of launching Caliber missiles across Ukraine. They are fully charged. Despite speculation that the Russian army will likely economize on its missiles, the likelihood of launching them is significant, Gumenyuk says.
It should be noted that the last time the occupants launched a massive missile attack on Ukraine on March 9. At that time, the Air Defense Forces of Ukraine managed to destroy 34 out of 48 Kh-101/Kh-555 and Kalibr cruise missiles fired by the Russians.