Ukraine Crimea: Russia sends new air safeguard rockets

The Russian military has declared the conveyance of new air guard rockets to Crimea, in a move booked before the most recent pressure with Ukraine.

The S-400 Triumph rocket frameworks were reserved for troops in Crimea a month ago, Russian media said at the time.

In an announcement on Friday, the military said that once the frameworks were set up, they would be utilized as a part of activities.

Russia, which added Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, said for the current week it had thwarted a Ukraine damage mission.

It blamed Kiev for attempting to send saboteurs into Crimea and reported the passings of a fighter and a mystery cop in an operation to thwart the charged plot.

Denying the allegations, Ukraine put its troops on alarm along its true outskirt with Crimea, and along its bleeding edge with Russian-upheld rebels holding parts of Donetsk and Luhansk in the east.

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'Syrian air safeguard'

An announcement by Russia's Southern Military District, which consolidates Crimea, said the rockets had been gotten by an air safeguard regiment in Crimea.

As indicated by the announcement, cited by Russian news offices, the rockets were effectively tried on the Kapustin Yar test range in southern Russia.

Russia's Interfax news office says the rockets are intended to hit airborne focuses at a scope of up to 400km (249 miles) and ballistic rockets at a scope of up to 60km, flying at paces of up to 4.8km every second.

The rockets are being introduced in Crimea to secure Russia's Hmeimim air base in Syria in addition to other things, it includes.

Last November Russia sent S-400s at Hmeimim, after Turkey brought down a Russian Su-24 plane.

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