Earlier, we reported that the criminal “speaker” of the Crimea, Vladimir Konstantinov, announced the strengthening of the “information occasions” of Russian aggression, and the development of events was not “long in coming”.

On March 25, Konstantinov suddenly became preoccupied with the problem of “Ukrainian sea drones”, criminally stating literally that “regarding sea drones, then, of course, there is nothing good in them. This weapon is dangerous even in peacetime”. And during the Russian aggression, the collaborator provocatively added, “they bear risks for any shipping, including merchant shipping.”
Moreover, the criminal speaker stated that, allegedly, “merchant ships involved in the grain deal” could also “be hit by drones”.

It is noteworthy that at the same time the criminal invaders’ “administration” in Sevastopol is spouting statements about the imminent and mass production of sea drones by the aggressor. For a long time, military analysts were skeptical about this Russian invaders’ initiative, since it is the military effectiveness of such drones specifically for the aggressor in the Black Sea basin that is extremely doubtful.

However, back on February 11, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny, during a telephone conversation with US General Mark Milley, said that Russia still uses maritime surface drones, and this poses a threat to civilian shipping in the Black Sea.

Thus, it is obvious that within the framework of the ongoing maritime aggression, the Russian occupiers can prepare provocations using sea drones exactly against civilian shipping on the Black Sea, including ships involved in the grain agreement.

The aggressor apparently entrusted the propaganda preparation for these provocations to Konstantinov, and these are precisely the “information occasions” that the criminal “speaker” was talking about the other day.

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