When Russia's “Great Black Sea Fleet” appeared off the coast of Ukraine's Odessa in early March 2022, the world held its breath. With more than 70 warships – one of the largest in the world – the Russian fleet was “invincible.” Or at least that's what Kremlin propaganda said about it.
Since then, the image of Russia's largest naval power has changed. It is a “power” that has become a burden on the Russian army and a source of shame for the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin himself.
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