Russian ships ousted Ukrainian warships menacingly from the Sea of ​​Azov, blocking them in Ukrainian waters

Ukrainian ships heading towards the Russian borders faced opposition from the Russian fleet.

According to the Ukrainian military command, the Russian fleet began to behave aggressively towards the ships of the Ukrainian Navy. So, according to a statement made by the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Ruslan Khomchak, recently Russia has begun to press hard on the Ukrainian fleet in the Sea of ​​Azov, in fact, not allowing it to go beyond the Ukrainian territorial waters.

Judging by the statement of Ruslan Khomchak, the situation today is such that Ukrainian warships cannot even leave their ports, since they almost immediately encounter opposition from the Russian fleet, receiving warnings about the inadmissibility of provocations and about the readiness of the Russian military to use weapons in the event of even the slightest threat.

At the moment, it remains unknown whether we are talking about a new incident in the Sea of ​​Azov, however, Khomchak unexpectedly announced the readiness of the Ukrainian military to use force against Russian ships, stressing, nevertheless, that Kiev is well aware that the strike of the Russian Navy Ukraine will not be able to survive.

“The only thing we do is that we never provoke any Russians or anyone who is in the Black Sea or the Sea of ​​Azov to take any kind of active action, and even more so to the use of force. But we are ready to use force. The only thing we must understand, and this is not a secret: the capabilities of our Naval Forces and the Naval Forces of the Russian Federation today are not commensurate. "- said Khomchak.

It's not for you to judge the national security of Russia.

I just can't understand why Russia is pumping up military muscles so intensively? None of her close neighbors can even compete with her. Russia will not climb into Europe either. Of the "primordially Russian" territories, Alaska remains within reach. Maybe Russia is aiming there?