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Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Russian warships are sent to Syria
This was just posted to the UDXF group by Tom (thanks for sharing with the rest of us Tom).
According to the Russian media elements of the Northern and Baltic Fleets will be heading for a Mediterranean deployment.
'Russian warships are sent to Syria
Northern Fleet (NF) destroyer Admiral Chabanenko and three Russian amphibious assault ships left NF Main Base Severomorsk on July 10. The high official from Russian Ministry of Defence told Central Navy Portal.
Three amphibious assault ships transport Marine Corps submits on-board. Baltic Fleet guard frigate Yaroslav Mudry and auxiliary ships, based in Baltiysk, will join Admiral Chabanenko later. According to information available to Central Navy Portal, naval ships move into the Mediterranean Sea, into Syria water area.
See the supporting article at www.RusNavy.com
À crew member from one of the ships confirmed the information. He also noticed, that the three-months mission in the Mediterranean Sea for Admiral Chabanenko and three Russain amphibious assault ships was planned in advance.
Recall that in 2012 Russian warships called at Tartus port many times. To replenish supplies, destroyer Admiral Chabanenko, frigate Ladny, and tanker Lena, being deployed with the Russian Navy's carrier group in the Mediterranean, visited the port in Jan 2012. Aircraft-carrying cruiser Admiral Kuznetsov and rescue tug Nikolai Chiker were anchored off the Tartus port then.'