Moscow-Russia: More than 20 ships of the Black Sea Fleet went to sea to participate in the exercise, which will be held in the Black Sea, the Russian Ministry of Defence tweeted.
Более 20 кораблей Черноморского флота вышли в море для участия в учении, которое будет проведено в акватории Чёрного моря https://t.co/e20MuauYht#Минобороны #АрмияРоссии #ЧФ #Учения pic.twitter.com/CbCfDFg9z6
— Минобороны России (@mod_russia) January 26, 2022
A fleet of more than 20 Russian warships and assist vessels have set sail for workout routines within the Black Sea amid rising tensions with NATO in Eastern Europe.
The Ministry of Defence in Moscow confirmed on Wednesday that the duty pressure, which incorporates frigates, missile boats, minesweepers, and amphibious assault vessels, had left the ports of Sevastopol and Novorossiysk on the nation’s southern coast.
The ships will follow maneuvering and repelling aerial assaults, amongst different fight expertise, officers have confirmed.
A video shared by army chiefs reveals two of the navy’s latest vessels participating, together with the frigate Admiral Essen, which joined the fleet in 2016, and the corvette Ingushetia, which launched into its maiden voyage in 2019.
The drill takes place concurrently maneuvers by Russia’s Northern Fleet within the Barents Sea, in opposition to a backdrop of heightened tensions between Russia and NATO over the border with Ukraine. Moscow has been looking for written assurances that Kiev will probably be barred from becoming a member of the US-led bloc. NATO Secretary-Normal Jens Stoltenberg has stated the calls are unacceptable however expressed hope that the 2 sides can discover an option to de-escalate the present scenario.