Russian forces keep four warships armed with 24 Kalibr cruise missiles in the Black Sea, and deploys six ships and boats in the Sea of Azov to control maritime communications.
The press service of the Ukrainian Navy said this in a Telegram post, Ukrinform reports.
“As of July 13, 2022, in the Black Sea, the enemy keeps four carriers of Kalibr operational-tactical missiles with up to 24 missiles ready to strike, and up to 5 carriers of Kalibr operational-tactical missiles and two missile cruisers in the Mediterranean Sea. The occupiers also deploy six ships and boats to continue to control maritime communications in the Sea of Azov,” the report reads.
It is emphasized that civilian vessels are moving through the Sea of Azov with their automatic identification system (AIS) turned off.
On July 12, it was reported that Russian forces kept seven warships armed with seven Kalibr cruise missiles in the Black Sea.