March 29, the invaders in the Crimea held regular exercises. Anti-ship complexes of the Black Sea Fleet "Bal" and "Bereg" carried out firing at a naval target simulating a detachment of conventional enemy ships, according to the report of the press service of the Black Sea Fleet.
"In accordance with the combat training plan, the divisions of the mobile coastal anti-ship complex "Bal" and the self-propelled artillery system "Bereg" from the personnel of the missile and artillery forces of the Black Sea Fleet have fulfilled practical tasks and fired at the sea target, the detachment of the conventional enemy ships," the invaders reported.
The press service further noted that during the exercises the detachment of the self-propelled artillery complex "Bereg" deployed anti-ship artillery at positions, prepared complexes for firing and carries out artillery firings on the sea target.
The invaders used special ship screen targets as a naval target imitating a detachment of conventional enemy ships.
Earlier, on March 19, Russia began military exercises in several regions, including occupied Abkhazia, South Ossetia, the Crimea, as well as the area on the Ukrainian border.