The missile tests in the vicinity of Crimea is in full swing. About 50 percent of tasks have been carried out, press center chief of Pivden (South) Air Force Command Volodymyr Kryzhanivskyi said on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel, Censor.NET reports.
According to the Defense Ministry, the pre-established exercise agenda was not changed. The territory covered by the exercise allegedly included a part of the airspace over Crimea which was untrue since the paths of Ukrainian missiles were not less than 100-130 kilometers away from Crimea's airspace.
"The exercise is held as planned. The drills are currently well underway. About 50 percent of tasks have been already accomplished. No problems have been reported and there is no reason to lay claims against Ukraine," Kryzhanivskyi said.
As reported, Ukraine launched missile tests in its southern region adjacent to occupied Crimea today, Dec. 1. There has been no Russian Federation's response to the drills so far.
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