The Russian Navy doesn’t have much of a war in launching an attack on Ukraine. Photo/Reuters
MOSCOW – The Russian Navy (AL) is known in the military world as one of the best in the world. However, in the Ukrainian-Russian war which has been going on for more than a year, the Russian Navy has not shown any prominent progress.
What’s up with the Russian Navy?
In fact, the Ukrainian-Russian war was fought mostly on land and in the skies. Actually, in year one, there was Russian Navy involvement in year one. However, when the Russian war entered its second year, the Russian Navy was not heard of.
Here are 3 reasons why the Russian Navy did not make a major contribution in the Ukrainian-Russian war.
1. Ukraine Capable of Attacking Russia’s Black Sea Fleet
Most recently, the Russian warship Ivan Hurs was attacked by a Ukrainian unmanned speedboat in the Black Sea on Wednesday (24/5/2023). Launching the Daily Mail, the ship is one of the modern combat equipment owned by Russia.
Previously, there were at least six Ukrainian attacks on the Russian Navy. Generally, such attacks use drones. One of the warships sunk by Ukraine was Moscow on April 13, 2022.
One of Ukraine’s under-appreciated but vital strategic successes is Kiev’s success in dampening and weakening the position of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet. That’s because the foreign aid missiles used by the Ukrainian army can launch free attacks from offshore.