Dropped unknown explosives: Humeniuk on how Russia is trying to impede shipping in the Black Sea
Russia has once again started using its tactical aviation at sea after a few days of calm. In particular, the Russian occupiers dropped unknown explosives in the Black Sea to harm shipping.
This was reported by the head of the Joint Coordination Press Center of the Defense Forces of Southern Ukraine, Natalia Humeniuk, who spoke about it during the United News TV marathon. Thus, on October 24, the occupants dropped explosives several times near civilian shipping facilities.
According to Ms. Humeniuk, the occupiers were probably trying to discredit the Ukrainian Defense Forces by attacking civilian vessels.
"We have not observed any approaches to the sea routes and the dropping of unknown explosive devices in several days. Today, the enemy became more active and dropped four unidentified devices, apparently trying to impede civilian shipping and discredit the Ukrainian Defense Forces," she said.
On the night of October 25, Russian terrorist forces launched attack drones on Ukraine once again. The defenders of our sky managed to shoot down 11 out of 11 air targets.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine believes that the Russians are currently replenishing their missile stockpiles in preparation for winter. However, Russia will not be able to accumulate an "incredible amount" and return to the level of missile stocks that it had in early 2022. Nevertheless, the risks remain.