Russia trains to destroy sea drones in the Baltic Sea: Bratchuk explained what it means
The Russian occupants have begun training to repel attacks by maritime drones, but they are doing so in the Baltic Sea. Such a choice of "location" indicates that the Russians no longer feel safe in the Black Sea.
This opinion was expressed by the head of the Public Council at the Odesa RMA Serhiy Bratchuk on the air of the TV marathon. He added that the invaders will move their "training" farther and farther away from Ukraine over time.
Responding to the presenters' question why the Russian command chose the Baltic Sea rather than the Black Sea, where these attacks take place, Bratchuk sarcastically recalled Russia's "success in the war against Ukraine.
"This shows that 'great strategist' Putin has outplayed everyone." They will now train even in the Pacific Ocean, you'll see," he stated.
Training in the Baltic Sea instead of the Black Sea indicates that the invaders no longer feel safe in the Black Sea area, the head of the Public Council at the Odesa RMA said.
"Of course, this is a security issue. When they say that Putin or the collective Putin does not have all the information... I don't even know where the truth is anymore. They have the information, thus they are forced to do what they do, including events in the Baltic Fleet. Of course, they try to train the the Black see as well. I don't know what kind of training is conducted at all because they are hiding. It is also difficult to say where they will conduct these trainings again" Bratchuk emphasized.
Military Media Center reported that the Russians are preparing ship crews to counter marine drones. The coastal troops of the Russian Federation will also be trained.
At the same time, the invaders have begun to implement measures of anti-drone defense of the Russian fleet basing points in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.