Rockets are being loaded into submarines in the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the southern occupied Gulf of Sevastopol.
According to Ukrinform, the Radio Svoboda project reports this.Crimea. Realities».
Two submarines from the Varshavyanka project have been moored near the quays in the southern bay of Sevastopol. Two tugs of the port pulled the self-propelled floating crane SPK-46150 to one of the berths. On the east coast of the bay, by the quays, stand two long Kamaz boats with transport and launch containers missiles“, The message reads.
In total, the Russian Black Sea Fleet has six submarines for the Warsaw project. They can carry Caliber cruise missiles, used in various modifications, for sea and land use. Each submarine is armed with four such missiles.
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