Ukraine is to send 270 special operations soldier to serve in the units on Azov and Black Sea, as Petro Tsyhykal, the Head of Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service, during his visit to Bukovina, the press office of the service reports.
“We are stepping up efforts of the Navy Forces, which is around 270 people, who will serve in the units of Azov and Black Sea water areas,” the message says.
According to Tsyhykal, Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service is developing in two directions. First one is law-enforcement and the second one is build-up of efforts and expansion of the reserves.
“It’s necessary to understand that the aggressor, as they say, is not sleeping, building up its efforts and we should give a fitting rebuff in case of some force majeure,” the Head of the Border Guard Service noted.