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Russian warships blocked the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea


The central section of the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea was blocked by Russian warships.

The central section of the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea was unceremoniously blocked by Russian warships, which intend to carry out full-fledged missile launches, thereby practicing striking at the enemy. According to a number of sources, the central portion of the eastern Mediterranean is closed between March 31 to April 1, and also from April 9 to 11.

"The Russian Navy" closes "the central section of the eastern Mediterranean from March 31 to April 1 and from April 9 to April 11 to conduct warship squadron exercises with live firing", - gives the data "Military observer."

Experts note that formally the Russian fleet does not close the passage for foreign ships in this region, however, announcing missile launches in advance, removes all existing risks, while the likelihood that foreign warships appear in the region during this period is very small.

“The fact that Russia confidently operates in the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, which a few years ago it was impossible even to think about, indicates the fact that Russia really has high power in this region and is ready to demonstrate it, including the USA”, - the analyst notes.

Here is a wonderful answer to the opinion of some of the USA on that. supposedly, our fleets are not combat ready.

What kind of nonsense is Great Russian ??? First, what do you call a squadron? In the 60s, 70s and 80s, the 17th OPESK really functioned there. Co-located, by the way, from, indeed, warships of the ocean zone. Now what do you call a "squadron"? A pair of defective frigates or corvettes, who, necessarily accompanied by a tugboat, ventured out into the open sea? Well, about Temin you “closed” yourself, having realized it, you explained that you had given the usual notice of upcoming firing in one of the NAVIMs. And then .... "unceremoniously" .... "blocked" .... Some kind of megalomania. Have you learned from the president?

what kind of powerful ships are there

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