- Ukraine-Russia sea clash: Who controls the territorial . . .
Under a 2003 treaty, Russia has the right to inspect any vessel sailing to or from the Sea of Azov Ukraine has accused Russia of abusing that right
- World War 3: Russia moves missile warship into Azov Sea . . .
World War 3: Russia moves missile warship into Azov Sea ready for showdown A RUSSIAN missile frigate is moving in the direction of the Azov Sea from Crimea amid World War 3 tensions between Moscow
- Battle of Rostov (1941) - Wikipedia
The Battle of Rostov (1941) was a battle of the Eastern Front of World War II, fought around Rostov-on-Don between the Army Group South of Nazi Germany and the Southern Front of the Soviet Union The battle comprised three phases: the German Sea of Azov Offensive Operation by Army Group South (General Gerd von Rundstedt) (begun on 12 September 1941), the Soviet Rostov Defensive Operation (5
- Ukraine ports feel squeeze from tensions with Russia . . .
Ukraine’s Azov seaport of Mariupol should be bustling But as Volodymyr Omelyan, Ukraine’s infrastructure minister, arrived for a visit on Sunday, cranes that should have been handling grain
- Putin news: Russia brands Macron and Merkels demands . . .
The Kremlin lashed out at Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron, who yesterday asked Russia to release the Ukrainian sailors captured along with their ships in the Kerch Strait, which links the Black
- Cold-weather warfare - Wikipedia
Cold-weather warfare, also known as Arctic warfare or winter warfare, encompasses military operations affected by snow, ice, thawing conditions or cold, both on land and at sea Cold-weather conditions occur year-round at high elevation or at high latitudes, and elsewhere materialise seasonally during the winter period Mountain warfare often takes place in cold weather or on terrain that is
- Ukraines Proshenko demands return of ships, sailors . . .
"We demand to immediately transfer them to the Ukrainian side along with the ships and ensure de-escalation of the situation in the Sea of Azov – as a first step, and de-escalation in other