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Rubezh coastal missile system in action? Libya announced the sinking of Turkish ships in its waters


Armed with Libya were previously decommissioned Soviet DBK "Rubezh".

Despite the fact that, according to official figures, Libya has withdrawn from service the Soviet coastal missile systems Rubezh, it became known that representatives of the Libyan National Army announced the sinking of Turkish warships, if the latter enter the territorial waters of the country, including This also applies to areas controlled by the Government of National Unity.

“I have an order as soon as Turkish ships begin to arrive. I will have a solution. I will drown them myself. I have this order from Haftar. We will free Tripoli and destroy the Turkish dream»- said the chief of staff of the Navy of Libya, Faraj El Mahdawi.

There are no official statements regarding the fact that we are talking about the Soviet DBK Rubezh, however, given the data given, for destroying targets in the territorial waters of the country, in areas controlled by the Government of national unity, it is the DBK Rubezh that can hit targets at distances to 60-80 kilometers.

On the other hand, experts note that earlier Libya was supposed to become a buyer of much more modern Russian DBKs, however, due to the outbreak of war in this country, Russia did not begin to supply missile systems, at least officially.

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