Neptune anti-ship missile
Ukraine’s Defense Minister Alexei Reznikov announced Saturday that his country plans to deploy “Neptune” anti-ship missile systems on its southern borders.
During a visit to the city of Berdyansk in the south of the country, the minister said that he attaches great importance to the presence of these systems among the weapons of the national naval forces.
And the website of the Ministry of Defense quoted Reznikov that Ukraine is developing its military partnership with Western countries, especially with the United States, noting that two American “Island” boats are currently carrying out their tasks within the formation of the National Naval Fleet, and there are two additional boats of the same type on their way to Ukraine. Reznikov also confirmed that Ukraine is cooperating militarily with Turkey, recalling that Ankara had supplied Kiev the first system of “Bayraktar” unmanned aircraft, and that a Turkish factory had begun building the body of an ADA frigate to meet the needs of the Ukrainian war fleet.
And Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky announced last August that his country plans to implement a major program to develop the national naval forces by 2035, adding that work is underway to create the necessary infrastructure to build small submarines, frigates and military boats, and to establish naval bases in the country, including in the cities of Berdyansk. and Ochakov.
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