A huge fleet of Russian warships has been mobilized in the Black Sea

A huge fleet of Russian warships and submarines has been mobilized in the Black Sea.

Kyiv fears a new attack on Ukraine. The warships are six, including two land attack ships.

Among them is the ship “Pyotr Morgunov”, which is the largest landing ship in the Black Sea, as well as submarines equipped with cruise missiles.

This is probably another attempt to attack southern Ukraine and form a land bridge with the Moldovan separatist state of Transnistria, writes the Mirror.

Experts believe Moscow is preparing to defend its fleet against Ukrainian long-range missiles that are firing at military targets in Russia.

Sources say the Russian navy could attack the Dniester River, which connects the Black Sea to Transnistria, and even take landing craft inland.

On Thursday, warships and three Kilo attack submarines left the port of Novorossiysk and set sail on a mysterious mission. It is the largest fleet to leave port in months.

“This is extremely unusual and could change the pace of the war. Any opening of a new front will put enormous pressure on the West, which is trying to deliver military equipment to the front line,” experts comment.

All of this takes place against the backdrop of General Armageddon’s demotion. President Vladimir Putin has demoted the head of Russian forces in Ukraine after three months on the job after the country suffered some serious defeats in Ukraine.

In place of General Armageddon, the Chief of the General Staff of the Army – General Valery Gerasimov – was appointed.


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