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Britain's Ministry of Defense said the submarines must have moved because Moscow threatened to hit them. Moscow has moved its Kilo-class submarines from the Crimea islands to southern Russia, according to British intelligence. In a daily briefing on Tuesday, the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defense said those submarines had been moved to Krasnodar Kira, on the mainland, instead of a naval base in Sevastopol, Crimea. Russia Ukraine News. After seven months of continuous fighting, the Russia-Ukraine war seems to have taken a favorable turn for Ukraine. Earlier this week, Ukraine claimed it had regained control of the Kharkov region and reclaimed territories seized by Moscow in the first days of the war. The Russian Navy's advanced Kilo-class submarine Kolpino sails on a Navy Day parade in the Black Sea port of Sevastopol, Crimea. The ministry said in its daily intelligence bulletin on Twitter that Russian forces are mostly withdrawing from the area west of the Fossil River. Russia Ukraine News . Withdrawn. The high-value equipment abandoned by withdrawing Russian forces includes capabilities essential to enable Russia's artillery-centrist warfare style, the tweet said.

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The Russian Navy's advanced Kilo-class submarine Kolpino sails on a Navy Day parade in the Black Sea port of Sevastopol, Crimea.



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The UK ministry said this was more likely due to recent changes in local security threat levels, given Ukraine's long-range strike capabilities. In the past two months, the naval headquarters and its main naval air base have been attacked. Russia Ukraine  News

In addition, the ministry said that guaranteeing the Black Sea Fleet Crime Base was one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's pledges to annex the peninsula in 2014.

Base security is now directly undermined by Russia's continued aggression against Ukraine.

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 The Ukraine counter-offensive, which began on September 6, has surprised Russia both in terms of speed and the dynamics of the advance.

This month, Kievan forces marched through the Kharkiv region, and thousands of Russian troops fled, abandoning their tanks and ammunition.

Russia's losses in recent weeks have shaken the Kremlin's public relations campaign to plan a seven-month special military operation. Russia Ukraine  News

Russia has officially announced that some troops from the Kharkiv region are regrouping elsewhere. But local critics have called for the damage to be exaggerated, openly on state television.

Putin has vowed to continue, warning of a more severe military response to Ukraine's acts of terrorism.

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