Ukrainian servicemen conducted a planned training to repeal the enemy's naval attacks on the Azov Sea coast. The press service of the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) HQ reports this on Facebook on June 2.
Thus, according to the story of scheduled exercises, the anti-amphibious reserve of the Armed Forces of Ukraine as a part of the tactical group of a separate assault brigade "destroyed" the first wave of the enemy's naval missile with the help of tanks, artillery and dowry aviation, excluding the landing of its second echelon.
According to the report, the water area and the Ukrainian coast of the Azov Sea still remain the high-risk areas for the development of the military aggression of the northern neighbor.
"Therefore, parts and units of the Joint Forces in this direction, while performing daily combat missions on the hot areas of the front, are simultaneously preparing for action in all possible operational tactical scenarios in Azov areas," the report added.
Earlier today, the Russia-backed militants violated the ceasefire regime 15 times, twice they fired with the Minsk-baned weaponry.
In particular, the enemy used the Minsk-banned weaponry: 122 mm artillery systems and 82 mm mortar. Besides, they used the infantry fighting vehicle, grenade launchers of various systems and heavy machine guns.