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 Russia threatens to defeat Ukrainian missiles, attack launchers in case of exercise near occupied Crimea, - media

The Russian Federation will strike back if Ukraine conducts missile-firing tests in the vicinity of occupied Crimea.

Censor.NET reports citing the letter of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation to the military Attaché at the Ukrainian Embassy in Russia obtained by ZN.UA news outlet.

The letter of Nov. 26 reads that if Ukraine conducts missile-firing tests, the Russian side would firstly defeat Ukrainian missiles and then carry out retaliatory strike against Ukrainian launching facilities.

Read more: "Russia's hysteria makes no sense," - Turchynov refutes Russian allegations on missile-firing exercise in Kerch Strait

Earlier, on Nov. 25, the Defense Ministry of the Russian Federation presented Ukraine's Defense Attaché in Moscow a diplomatic note in connection with Ukraine's plans to hold missile-firing exercise near occupied Crimea.

Russia's Federal Air Transport Agency said Nov. 29 that Ukraine had allegedly established new danger zones for flights over the neutral waters of the Black Sea and partly over the Black Sea territorial waters to the southwest and southeast of the occupied Crimean Peninsula.

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