More than 20 Russian warships conducted Black Sea military exercises - Ifax

Reuters | Moscow | Updated: 20-04-2021 14:53 IST | Created: 20-04-2021 14:53 IST
More than 20 Russian warships conducted Black Sea military exercises - Ifax

More than 20 Russian warships took part in military exercises in the Black Sea, the Interfax news agency reported on Tuesday, citing a statement from Russia's Black Sea fleet.

Russia has temporarily restricted the movement of foreign warships and what it called "other state ships" near Crimea, territory annexed from Ukraine in 2014, a move which caused the United States to express its "deep concern".

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