Viktor Bursuk notes that the “partners” were seriously impressed by the launches of the Caliber rockets made by the Caspian ships flotilla.
Vice Admiral Bursuk:
Nobody in the world could have thought before that on such small displacement ships of the 21631 project it is possible to install such a formidable weapon.
We are talking about small rocket ships "Grad Sviyazhsk", "Uglich" and "Great Ustyug", which are part of the Caspian Flotilla.
Meanwhile, in the West, they are still trying to declare that not all of the Caliber NK cruise missiles launched by Russian ships hit the terrorist bases in Syria, and that some of the missiles allegedly fell in Iranian villages. Russian Ambassador to Iran Levan Dzhagaryan commented on the accusations against the Russian Federation (quote RIA News):
And I want to say that 7 of October launching 26 missiles from our ships that were stationed in the Caspian Sea, naturally, we coordinated with Iran, because these missiles crossed Iran's airspace. I would like to take this opportunity to say that not a single rocket fell on the territory of Iran, and those people who spread these false fabrications expressed wishful thinking.