Ukraine’s Navy flagship, the Hetman Sahaidachny frigate, that has reportedly announced it will no longer follow orders from Kiev but will only serve the independent republic of Crimea, is in Greece, in the Naval station of Souda, in Crete, according to reports.

According to defencenet.gr, the frigate, that was expected to be in Sevastopol in early March, has been in Souda, Greece since 28 February, the day the independent movement of Crimea emerged. The frigate originaly planned to remain in ...


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