Russia sank a boat from its navy and blocks passage to the Black Sea

International analysts consider it to prevent the passage of Ukrainian vessels

The Russian armed forces have sunk one of their boats out of service in a bay of the Crimea with the apparent purpose of blocking the movement of Ukrainian vessels.

The Russian dump ship is located at the entrance to the bay Donuzlav, which connects to the Black Sea.

A spokesman for the Ukrainian Defense Ministry said Russia sank its own ship on Wednesday with the intention of preventing access to the sea the ships of the navy of Ukraine.

The missile cruiser Moskva, located in the Russian fleet in the Black Sea, was in nearby waters on Saturday, controlling the activity in the area.

Source: NHK news

traducción: Belén Zapata