Inside: Russia removed Ukrainian admirals traitors from the occupied Crimea
May 16, 2015
7:32 am EEST

Former admirals of the Navy of Ukraine, which in March 2014 violated the oath and went to serve in the Russian army, the command of the Navy of Russia transferred from the Crimea. It is reported online edition of the Odessa "Duma" , citing sources in Sevastopol.

Reportedly, the former deputy commander of the Ukrainian Navy, Vice Admiral Sergei Eliseev from July 2014 transferred to the Russian Baltic Fleet as deputy commander for combat training.

Former Chief of Staff of Ukrainian Navy Rear Admiral Dmitry Shakuro transferred from the Crimea to the Caspian Sea, where he held the post of deputy commander of the Caspian Flotilla.

Former commander of the Ukrainian Navy, Rear Admiral Denis Berezovsky, who once joined the Russian army, was appointed deputy commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, last year he was transferred to Moscow, where he studied at the Academy of the General Staff of Russia.

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