Russia keeps four missile carriers with 20 Kalibr cruise missiles in the Black Sea, it was reported in operational command “South” according to the results of November 15.
“In the Black Sea near the coast of the temporarily occupied Crimea, 14 ships and boats are maneuvering, including 4 carriers equipped with twenty cruise missiles of the Caliber type,” the message says.
Before that, on the afternoon of November 15 11 Russian ships and boats were reported in the Black Sea, including a missile-carrying submarine equipped with four Calibers.
On November 15, during a massive attack on Ukraine, Russia launched more than 90 missiles from the north of the Caspian Sea, from the Volgodon region (Rostov region of the Russian Federation) and from the Black Sea. Most of the missiles were shot down by Ukrainian air defense forces. As reported in the Armed Forces, Russia involved 14 Tu-95 strategic aviation missile-carrying aircraft, ships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet and Iranian Shahed-136/131 kamikaze attack drones in this massive attack.
On October 24, the head of the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Kyrylo Budanov, stated in an interview with “Ukrainian Pravda” that the Russian stockpile of missiles is “almost exhausted.”
According to the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyi, during the eight months of full-scale war, Russia used almost 4,500 missiles against Ukraine.