Dmitry Peskov said the Kerch Strait was functioning normally
The stream works as usual, but changes can be made based on weather conditions.
Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Kerch Strait is still available for navigation, including Ukrainian ships. On Thursday, November 29th, Interfax reports.
"I do not know that there are now any restrictions," said Peskov, in response to a journalist's question about restrictions on the passage of Ukraine through the Kerch Strait.
However, he clarified that the Kerch port could regulate shipping based on weather conditions.
"We know that the Kerch Strait works as usual. You know that sometimes due to weather conditions Kerch port, which has the role of administration, can make decisions about navigating," said Peskova.
We remind you that on the night of October 25, at the Kerch Bridge, the Russian Federation Special Forces hosted three Ukrainian ships. As a result, six Ukrainian soldiers were injured.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said that Russia launched a war against Ukraine in neutral waters.
Russia calls Ukraine's actions in the Kerch Strait region "provocatively". The Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation has announced a protest in the case of the interim relief
Members of the UN Security Council called on Russia to release Ukrainian ships and seafarers and to restore freedom of navigation in the Kerch Strait.
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