Russia held a gathering of the command staff of the Black Sea Fleet in Crimea

Photo: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

The Russian military regularly trains in the occupied territory of Crimea

As part of the collection at the Crimean Opuk training ground, the technique of defense and seizure of a section of the coast was demonstrated.

The Russian military held a gathering of the command staff of the Black Sea Fleet in the annexed Crimea. About it informs Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation on Saturday, December 25.

“The gathering of the command staff of formations and units took place under the leadership of the commander of the Black Sea Fleet, Admiral Igor Osipov, his main goal was the study by officers of modern forms and methods of using the forces of the fleet in solving missions as intended,” the press service of the fleet said.

According to the military, within the framework of the assembly at the Crimean training ground of Opuk, the technique of defense and seizure of a section of the coast by amphibious assault was demonstrated.

“During the demonstration of practical actions, a training battle was carried out with the landing of marines on armored personnel carriers BTR-82A on an unequipped coast, suppression of anti-amphibious defense strongholds of the simulated enemy and the consolidation of airborne assault units on the bridgehead to ensure the landing of the main forces of the sea tactical assault,” they added in the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

The gathering of the command staff of the Russian Black Sea Fleet was carried out for five days. It was attended by about 100 officers of the command staff of naval formations and military units of the coastal forces of the fleet.

Earlier it was reported that Russia will hold large-scale paratrooper exercises in Crimea and the Krasnodar Territory. More than 1,200 military personnel and over 250 units of military and special equipment will be involved in the exercises.

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