Russia May Prepare Black Sea Provocation – Bulgaria Is A Potential Target – Novinite.com

Armored artillery boat of the Ukrainian Navy type “Gyurza M”.

Russia is preparing new provocations in the Black Sea and is among the potential targets of provocations Bulgaria and Romania, the Association for the Reintegration of Crimea, a non-governmental platform that analyzes problems after the Russian occupation of Crimea and seeks solutions, said on its official Facebook profile. The ability to shell locations Bulgaria and Romania is not excluded.

According to the club Russia transferred to the Black Sea an armored artillery boat which Ukrainian “Gyurza M” type navy captured by the Russians in the port of Berdyansk. The boat was spotted in the Sevastopol region, as well as on Snake Island.

At the same time, a large number of merchant ships are en route from Romanian territorial waters to the Ukrainian The Danube ports of Reni and Izmail are concentrated south of Snake Island. The Association for the Reintegration of Crimea claims there are reports of attempts by Russian forces to use Crimea’s radio equipment Ukrainian Boat to spread false news on frequencies originally intended to ensure the safety of shipping.

In the future this is possible Ukrainian Assets confiscated from Russian invaders, including the artillery boat mentioned above, could be used for direct provocations against third-country merchant ships to cause casualties or pollute the marine environment and blame Ukraine.

In addition, the Russian occupiers could launch an attack with an allegedly ‘Ukrainian‘ Boat on auxiliary navy or special ships of BulgariaGeorgia, Romania or Turkey, or even shelling of civilian coastal sites with critical infrastructure in Bulgaria or Romania.”

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