BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:15 P.M.) – The Russian Navy has sent its largest fleet ever to the Mediterranean Sea in response to the alleged U.S. naval build-up around the Middle East.

According to the Twitter account @Capt_Navy, the Russian Navy has sent 15 warships to the Mediterranean Sea, which corroborates the report from Yoruk Isik of the Bosphorus Observer.

Below are the 15 ships the Russian  Navy has sent to the Mediterranean Sea in the last few weeks:

  • CG Marshal Ustinov
  • DDG Severomorsk
  • DDG Yaroslav Mudryy
  • FFG Admiral Grigorovich
  • FFG Admiral Essen
  • FFL Pytlivyy
  • FSG Vyshniy Volochek
  • FSG Grad Sviyazhsk
  • FSG Velikiy Ustyug
  • LST Orsk
  • LST Nikolay Fil’chenkov
  • MS Turbinist
  • MS Valentin Pikul
  • SS Kolpino
  • SS Velikiy Novgorod

This aforementioned list of Russian naval vessels reportedly consists of warships, destroyers, frigates , and submarines.

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As Syria’s ground War against US, Israel, and friends Terrorist invasions and support is almost finished in most of Syria. This large fleet can only be there to protect Syria from direct US and other Nations attacks, most likely in responce to White Helmet/US false flag gas attack.

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George King : This fleet has nothing to see with “US, Israel, and friends” : the roaches in Idlib are Turkey+Qatar proxies! And despite it’s only going public now, both are allies to Iran from the start to sectarianise both Iraq and Syria and create an Ottoman empire 2.0 and a Persian empire 2.0, one led by the Muslim Brotherhood, the other by an Imamah and let’s put these secular countries progressively under sharia. Turkey has means of beach landing and a powerful navy. It’s the only way to prevent Erdogan from making a copycat of operation Overlord. There is… Read more »

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You should take a look at the results of the April 2018 strike, you will notice that it ended with ZERO casualties… France shot a single cruise missile (officialy due to technical failure, LOL, DM was Budget minister about 15-20y ago, hehe) onto a facility that had already been demolished by Israelis in 2017, Yanks expanded old Tomahawks that should have had been retired for a while and transmitted all flight plans to GRU. Be serious : if ANY of these nation was willing the fall of the regime, SyAAF and air defences would have been blasted during a 1st… Read more »

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May I correct you. Syrian war against terrorists is not almost finished (as you said) simply because the real terrorists (USA, UK and France) are still present in Syria. ISIS is just their tool. The real terrorists are USA, UK and France. Everything else is just trowing sand to our eyes…

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Actually, ISIS is an Iranian tool, baby! Hey, you should search for ISIS founder Zarqawi’s deeds! He was directly linked to Qassem Soleimani’s IRGC/Quds Force…
Iran is ALSO behind Hamas which itself backs al-Nusra and ISIS/Sinai-Province from Gaza!
Note that 3 days ago, 2 Gazans involved in ISIS/Sinai-Province just surrendered to Egypt at Rafah’s crossing…
Hey, you don’t use Gaza’s tunnels without Hamas’ blessing!

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Figures you’d be suxing ziodik.

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Hamas is infestated with zionist agents, thats why at the begining of the war they left Syria for Qatar, it not surprise then that those jewsis captives was exactly that, jooish agents planted there to serve the purpose of justifying increasing the blockade of Gazan Civilians, by the way el Sisi is mother was a jooish from Morocco, that may explain the increasing involvemet of Egipt in screwing up Palestnian population

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CG Marshal Ustinov is a cruiser , from the Northern Fleet ,
FSG Vyshniy Volochek
FSG Grad Sviyazhsk
FSG Velikiy Ustyug are corvettes from the Black Sea

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CG Marshal Ustinov is equipped with the naval S 300