Security & Military

Two Russian warships leave Mediterranean Sea

by Middle East Monitor

Two Russian Navy ships have finally left the Mediterranean after nine months due to Turkiye’s ban on the transfer of warships to the Black Sea amid the Ukraine war, Middle East Eye reports.

According to the report, the flagship of the Russian Pacific Fleet, and Admiral Tributs, a large anti-submarine ship, left the Mediterranean Sea on 21 October through the Suez Canal, the Ukraine-based Black Sea Institute of Strategic Studies said.

Both ships had originally arrived in the Mediterranean Sea on 2 February, a couple of weeks short of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the report says.

Middle East Monitor
Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button