As of today, Russian occupants are holding four Kalibr cruise missile carriers in the Black Sea. This was reported in Telegram by the Ukrainian Navy.
"As of 05.08.2022: 4 enemy carriers of cruise missiles "Kalibr" are on combat duty in the Black Sea, the total salvo is 24 missiles," the message said.
In the Sea of Azov the enemy continues to control maritime communications, keeping up to three ships and boats on alert.
In the Mediterranean Sea - five carriers of Kalibr cruise missiles.
During the day, the Kerch-Yenikal strait passage in the interests of Russia:
to the Sea of Azov - 37 vessels, of which six vessels moved from the Bosphorus Strait;
to the Black Sea - 34 vessels, of which seven vessels continued heading in the direction of the Bosporus Strait.
As noted, Russia continues to violate the 1974 International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) by turning off Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) on civilian ships in the Sea of Azov.