The rescue operation on the sunken flagship of the Russian Black Sea Fleet lasted at least two weeks, for which the Russians involved from 5 to 7 ships.
Vadym Skybitsky, a spokesman for Ukraine’s Defense Ministry, says the Russian military seized the bodies of dead sailors and secret documents while towing the Moscow-hit Moscow cruiser to Sevastopol.
That’s what he is about reported in the commentary “Crimea. Realities”.
According to a representative of the Ukrainian military intelligence, the rescue operation on the Russian ship, which eventually sank on the way to Sevastopol, lasted at least two weeks. From 5 to 7 ships were involved in its holding.
“Mostly it was rescue ships, boats, tugs that retrieved the bodies [загиблих моряків]removed all the equipment and cleaned up this cruiser – got what was left there and what should not fall into the hands of a third country, “- said Skybytsky.
There was no official information from the Russian Defense Ministry about the rescue operation on the sunken cruiser Moscow.
We will remind, parents of conscripts who for the unknown reason appeared among members of crew of the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation, continue to seek the truth from command and are going to file collective action to the Russian Ministry of Defense.