About 200 marines of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation refused to return to the war – GUR – news of Ukraine, Politics

About 200 marines of the 810th brigade of the Russian Black Sea Fleet refused to return to war in Ukraine, which reduced the combat potential of Russian units that are fighting in southern Ukraine. About it informs edition of Radio Liberty according to the Deputy Head of the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense Vadim Skibitsky.

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According to him, such a trend among the naval forces of the Russian army, according to intelligence, delayed the process of restoring the battalion tactical group, which the Russian army carried out in May.

“But, despite this, the BTGr was formed, it is now in the south of our country and is fighting. But these are completely different battalion tactical groups than those that were at the beginning,” Skibitsky said.

Skibitsky explained that the main task of the 810th brigade of the Russian army is to conduct naval, assault offensive operations and simply assault operations.

According to Skibitsky, the combat experience of the soldiers of the Russian army, which is critical for such units, “today is absent.”

  • Today the Russian occupiers declaredthat the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation in Sevastopol was allegedly hit. Allegedly, because of this, the city decided to cancel all festive events on the occasion of the day of the Russian fleet.
  • Ukrainian Navy declaredthat, in fact, the invaders are afraid of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and have come up with a reason to cancel the “holiday”, “so as not to disgrace themselves before the whole world once again.”
  • The GUR reported that in the temporarily occupied Crimea, people start understand that the threat of military action on the territory of the peninsula is becoming a reality.

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