Today, a Russian anti-ship mine was again washed up on the Black sea coast, with which Russia mined Ukrainian ports. This is the fourth time that Russian mines have torned off their mount and washed ashore.
"In the Black sea, off the coast of the Odesa region, the defense forces discovered another drifting anti-ship mine. A dangerous find was promptly neutralized by a unit of the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine," the press service of the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
On July 2, immediately, 2 Yam-type anti-ship mines broke away from their mount and surfaced in places full of civilians. One of them surfaced in Bulgaria: fortunately, the mine was defused in time. The second was washed in Odesa, 2 Ukrainians were injured: one died, and the second was hardly injured.
Also, Russian mines were caught twice off the coast of Turkey.