Yeysk


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Yeysk

(Russian jejsk)
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(Placename) a variant spelling of Yeisk
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More images, dated March 22 and taken near the port of Yeysk, just 20 km from Ukrainian airspace, showed four Su-33 fighter aircraft and an airborne early warning plane, while other pictures, dated April 2, showed Su-27, Su-30, Su-24 and MiG-31 warplanes at the formerly vacant Buturlinovka air base, 150 km from the Ukraine border, according to NATO.
The position was filled by the white Swiss Shepherd that was found in Yeysk, in the Krasnodar region.
In an ongoing case arising out of articles published in 2003 in the Yeysk (Krasnodar Kray) newspaper Priazovskiye Stepi, the journalist who wrote the articles reportedly testified that local Seventh-day Adventists used a Bible written with human blood and covered with human skin.