Sevastopol: Large accumulation of S-300 missiles found in port (PHOTO)

Storage of container-launchers of Russia’s S-300 surface-to-air missile system is located in the sea port of the occupied Sevastopol.

12 February 2016 12:00

Nikolai Makhno, an activist of the InformNapalm project, posted on his Facebook page a photo of a large accumulation of missiles.

“I wonder where and what for the Russians need so many S-300 missiles in the sea port of Sevastopol. May be for next "exercise" announced a few days ago? At least 40 container-launchers are on the same patch. Just "enough" for the whole city, if something goes wrong. They are brought to the sea port; location: near the granary, wharves No. 13 and 14, where the Russian Navy ships are usually tied up at,” the activist wrote.

Photo dated February 3.

It was reported earlier that a surprise check of combat readiness of troops in Russia’s Southern Military District started on February 8.

Photo: Nikolai Makhno / Facebook