The former commander of the Krasnodar submarine, which fired Kalibrami missiles at Ukraine, was killed in Russia. Photo
Stanislav Rzhytskyi, a 2nd rank captain and former commander of the Krasnodar submarine, was shot dead in Krasnodar, Russia. It is noteworthy that it was this submarine that fired Kalibr missiles at Ukraine.
The information about Rzhytskyi's murder appeared on Telegram. Most recently, Rzhytskyi worked as the deputy head of the city's department for mobilisation work (to view photos and videos, scroll to the bottom of the page).
According to media reports, 42-year-old Rzhytskyi went for a run at 8am. An unknown person was waiting for him near the Olimp sports complex. He made four shots in the back and chest and fled.
Rzhytskyi died on the spot from his wounds.
It is also known that a criminal case has already been opened under the article "Murder", and the attacker is being sought.
According to the Russian media, Rzhitsky's murder was carefully planned. The killer had been following his routes for a long time.
In addition, the police cannot find a single surveillance camera that would have captured the moment of the crime. The investigators have very little evidence - they have interrogated employees of the Olimp sports complex. But none of them saw anything.
Immediately after the murder, an interception plan was announced in Krasnodar, but the search for the perpetrator is still ongoing.
By the way, on 15 July 2022, Rzhytskyi was added to the Myrotvorets website database for deliberately carrying out orders from the Putin regime to destroy the Ukrainian state and Ukrainians and for his direct participation in the open military invasion of Ukraine.
It should be noted that the Krasnodar submarine - B-265 Krasnodar - is a Russian diesel-electric submarine of the 636.3 Varshavianka project, part of the 4th Separate Submarine Brigade of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Navy. It was laid down in 2014 in St Petersburg at the Admiralty Shipyards and entered service in November 2015. The boat is the third production submarine of the 636.3 project designed to strengthen the Black Sea Fleet.
On 9 August 2017, Krasnodar entered the Southern Bay of Sevastopol. Commander Rzhitsky and senior officer Captain 1st Class Anatoly Varochkin were the first to disembark.
In the same year, the Krasnodar, while in the Mediterranean Sea as part of a group of Russian Navy ships, fired two missiles with its main missile system at ground-based terrorist infrastructure in Syria. The missiles hit their targets.
In addition, earlier journalists found out that Russian terrorists struck Vinnytsia on 14 July 2022 with Kalibr precision-guided missiles from a submarine in the Black Sea. The Krasnodar with its commander, Rzhytskyi, was on the probable list. It was reported that before he took command of the Krasnodar, he was the commander of the Alrosa.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, units of the 124th Separate Motorised Rifle Brigade of the 2nd AK of the Russian Federation (military unit 40318, occupied Alchevsk) suffered serious losses near the village of Klishchiyivka, Donetsk region. As a result of counter-attacks by the Ukrainian Defence Forces, the commander and chief of staff of the 124th Separate Motorised Brigade were killed, and two deputy brigade commanders were seriously wounded.