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 Russian fleet has been blocking access to two bays of Sevastopol for two days - State Border Service

The Black Sea fleet of the Russian Federation has been blocking the access to two bays of the city of Sevastopol for two days in a row.

This was announced by the first deputy head of the State border service of Ukraine Pavlo Shysholin, Censor.NET reports citing Interfax-Ukraine.

"It's been second day in a row that the Russian fleet, including Moskva rocket cruiser, has been blocking the access to two bays, Striletska and Sevastopolska," he said at a briefing in Kyiv on Tuesday.

Shysholin noted that the Ukrainian border fleet had been moved out from its permanent base locations and is placed at other disposition sites executing tasks of guarding the state border.

At the same time, Channel 5 informs that the blockade of the Ukrainian ships has been reinforced with some more crafts and towboats of the Russian Federation Black Sea fleet.



 
 
 
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