Ukrainian General wants to sink the Black Sea fleet

The representative of the Union of officers of Ukraine Yevhen Lupakov invented method of destroying the Black Sea fleet of Russia totally.

During a meeting of the special Committee under the loud name “NATO and Ukraine’s national security: past, present and future” retired captain of the first rank of naval forces of Ukraine, shared his thoughts on how to destroy the entire Black Sea fleet of Russia in order to “protect Ukraine”.

However, the basis of his plan, the former Ukrainian military commander has decided to make submarines… of Turkish origin. According to Lupakov, the Government of Ukraine should make the transfer of submarines intended to be written off.

Confusion of Lupakov was called by the fact of disposal of these submarines, which, in his opinion, could continue to serve Ukraine and to help destroy the ships of the Black Sea fleet of Russia.

“If we had five submarines, today any threat from the sea would not have been. Today in the sea there is no force worse than submarines. For the week that the Black Sea can be up and down passed and we could sink all that is Russian in the Black Sea.”

About the assessment of the consequences of any provocations against cruisers with missile weapons the retired captain of the first rank of naval forces of Ukraine, chose to remain silent.
Previously Eugene Lupakov already made strong statements about the power of the Ukrainian Navy. According to Lupakov if the Ukrainian Navy had at least five submarines, the Ukrainian Navy “would destroy in dust this old thing that is the Black Sea fleet on the output from the base”.


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