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Russia sends anti-missile systems to Crimea
09:19, 30 November 2016
Russia sends anti-missile systems to Crimea

The military vehicles were spotted in the town of Kerch on November 29, - InformNapalm

09:19, 30 November 2016

S-300 Launcher 1
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Volunteers of the international reconnaissance community Inform Napalm report new cases of deploying of Russian military vehicles to military bases in the occupied Crimea. The anti-missile systems C-300 BM Antheus-2500 were spotted in the town of Kerch yesterday, November 29.

S-300 Launcher 2
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S-300 is the Russia-made anti-missile system designed to deter missile attacks within range of 2,500 km. Another purpose of the vehicle is to destroy modern and perspective tactical and strategic aircraft, middle-range ballistic missiles, tactical and cruise missiles.

S-300 Launcher 3
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Yesterday, the Russian side reported that Ukraine’s armed forces would conduct missile tests over the Black Sea waters on December 1-2. However, the Ukrainian government never confirmed that information.

Related: Return of Crimea in next 3-5 years is impossible, - Tuka

Related: Russian Federation accuses Ukraine of intention to conduct missile firing in the annexed Crimea region

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