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Photos Of Russian Warships In Dardanelles

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Russian Ropucha class large landing ship 127 Minsk passing through Dardanelles on 6 September 2013. Photo: Ahmet Güven. Used with permission.

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Russian Ropucha class large landing ship 142 Novocharkassk passing through Dardanelles on 6 September 2013. Photo: Ahmet Güven. Used with permission.

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Russian Vishnya class intelligence ship SSV-201 Priazove passing through Dardanelles on 6 September 2013. Photo: Ahmet Güven. Used with permission.

The three Russian warships, the intelligence gathering ship SSV-201 Priazove and two Ropucha class Large landing ships 127 Minsk and 142 Novocharkassk that passed through the Bosphorus on 5 September 2013, are now in the Mediterranean after having passed through the Dardanelles yesterday.

According to Voice Of Russia, the Sovremennny (Project 956) class destroyer of the Baltic Fleet 610 Nastoychivy and the Kashin (Project 61) class destroyer of the Black Sea Fleet 810 Smetlivy will soon join the other Russian warships in the Eastern Mediterranean.

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3 Responses to Photos Of Russian Warships In Dardanelles

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  2. Kevin Brent says:

    Reblogged this on World Events and commented:
    The smaller vessel with the white superstructure, is what was known in the Cold War as an AGI. A spy ship.

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