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Russia establishes Defense Forces' robust security regime in annexed Crimea
16:01, 30 November 2016
Russia establishes Defense Forces' robust security regime in annexed Crimea

Neighboring country considers Ukraine’s military drills above the Black Sea a potential threat

16:01, 30 November 2016

TASS

Anti-aircraft Forces of Russian Federation established robust security regime in the annexed Crimea. It was reported by TASS , referring to a source in the security agencies.

"Despite the fact that Ukraine ‘s shooting exercises is a kind of PR move, which aims to create nervous atmosphere, but the military officers see it as a real and potential threat in any case that’s why anti-aircraft defense forces in Crimea tightened security. This also applies to land and marine forces as the ships of the Black Sea Fleet are independent fighting units aimed to repel such threats," the source noted.

Related: Defense Ministry: No one will tell us what to do on our territory

Recall that Ukraine's Air Forces intend to hold rocket shooting training above the Black Sea in southern Ukraine on December 1-2.

Earlier it was reported that Russia threatened with missile strike if Ukraine conducts military drills near Crimea. Russian Ministry of Defense sent a letter with threats to Ukraine.

Related: Defense Ministry admits Russia’s missile strike in response to Ukrainian missile shooting

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