On the cruiser “Moscow” was the son of the division commander of the Black Sea Fleet, he went missing – “Agency”

Valery Krivorog, son of Rear Admiral Oleg Krivorog, commander of the Black Sea Fleet division, died on the Moskva cruiser that sank in the Black Sea. It is reported by "Agency" with reference to three sources.

37-year-old Kryvorog served on the cruiser with the rank of Lieutenant Commander. In 2019, he led the company for the reception and distribution of military personnel of the control support center of the fleet headquarters.

According to the interlocutors of the publication, Kryvorog has been considered missing since the cruiser sank. On his page "VKontakte" he was the last time on April 9, five days before the crash of "Moscow".

His father, Oleg Krivorog, is the commander of the 30th division of surface ships of the Black Sea Fleet, which included the cruiser Moskva.

The press service of the Black Sea Fleet did not respond to a letter from the publication asking for comment on this information.

The fact that the cruiser Moskva sank became known on April 13. The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation claims that the cause of the death of the ship was a fire and the subsequent detonation of ammunition. The cause of the fire was not named by the department. Meanwhile, Ukrainian authorities claim that the Moskva cruiser was attacked by Ukrainian Neptune missiles.

The Russian Ministry of Defense reported that one serviceman was killed on the cruiser Moskva, 27 were missing. Another 396 crew members, according to official figures, were evacuated from the cruiser to the ships of the Black Sea Fleet in that area and to Sevastopol. Since the end of April, there has been no official information about the fate of the crew; the parents of the missing still do not know anything about the fate of their children.

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