Analysis of the experience of conducting hybrid actions by the naval forces of foreign countries regarding the prevention of economic activity at sea

Keywords: defense, economic activity, maritime security, hybrid actions

Abstract

Purpose: is analysis of the conduct of hybrid actions by the Naval Forces of foreign countries in relation to the obstacle of conducting economic activities at sea in order to predict the negative actions of the enemy in the Black Sea.

Method: analysis, synthesis.

Results of the study: an analysis of the conduct of hybrid actions by the Naval Forces of foreign countries regarding the obstruction of economic activity at sea was carried out, and a forecast of further hybrid actions of the russian federation in the Black Sea was made.

Theoretical imprications: the forecast of further hybrid actions of the Russian Federation in the Black Sea allows planning and implementation of measures to protect Ukraine's economic activity at sea.

Paper type: theoretical.

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Published
2023-10-31
How to Cite
Grytsenko, A., & Frolov, S. (2023). Analysis of the experience of conducting hybrid actions by the naval forces of foreign countries regarding the prevention of economic activity at sea. Social Development and Security, 13(5), 114-123. https://doi.org/10.33445/sds.2023.13.5.12
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Social Sciences