Russia Blames the UK For Facilitating Black Sea Attacks

The bulk of Ukraine’s assaults on Crimea were facilitated by the United Kingdom, according to Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB). The Kremlin has known of the training of Ukrainian special forces by Western intelligence agencies, especially the British, according to a Russian intelligence officer.  The Kremlin has known of the training of Ukrainian special forces by Western intelligence agencies, especially the British.

Reports indicate British special forces have been known to the Kremlin to oversee the majority of terrorist and sabotage operations against the Crimean Peninsula and Russian Black Sea Fleet ships. They have been under intensified bombardment by Ukraine, dealing a blow to Moscow’s naval forces.

The Ukrainian military has also attacked strategic Crimean military installations that Moscow used to start its assault in February 2022. The Kerch Bridge is only one example of the infrastructure that Ukraine has attacked, cutting off supplies and causing traffic jams. Earlier this month, there was a story that hinted toward a third attack happening before summer.

According to the FSB, British personnel supplied the Ukrainian military with modern weaponry, explosives, reconnaissance equipment, and training. The British intelligence agencies are not concerned about the planning of detailed operations or the safety of Ukrainian soldiers.

Reports show that in retaliation for Ukrainian aggression, Russia has increased its Black Sea air defense capabilities and painted its navy ships black. Last week, Sergei Shoigu, Russia’s minister of defense, revealed that the Black Sea Fleet will receive three additional missile carriers.

Despite opposition from other Western nations, Ukraine is reportedly demanding air defense systems from Poland, Romania, and Spain, and It follows a flurry of Russian airstrikes that targeted Ukraine’s power grid.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been making repeated requests to Western donors for Patriot surface-to-air batteries, citing the daily strikes by missiles.

Reports show Oleksandr Syrskyi, commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian military, took over in February after Valerii Zaluzhnyi was removed from office for describing the war as a stalemate.

Syrskyi complained on Telegram in mid-April that his forces are unable to handle the increasing Russian attacks, which he said have intensified due to favorable weather and the recent election in Russia that gave Putin another six years in office.