BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:30 P.M.) – The Russian Ministry of Defense released footage from Russian Navy and Russian Aerospace Forces joined exercises in the Mediterranean Sea on Thursday.

The Marshal Ustinov cruiser and Admiral Makarov frigate are taking part along with other ships from the Northern, Baltic and Black Sea fleets, as well as the Caspian flotilla and Russian Aerospace Forces.

A total of 26 ships, two submarines and 34 aircraft are involved.

The exercises began on 1 September and will run until Saturday.

 

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AMN, it’s all over the news in CNN during the last 12 hours that Russia TWICE (not once) advised US-army to leave Al-Tanf area soon (how soon is not specified). If US don’t leave Al-Tanf area, Syrian army with the help of Russian air force will attack that area in order to clear all terrorists located there. US officially warned Russia to NOT take any action against them in Syria. So, we will see what’s going to happen…

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hang around the region first russia – like a time span of forever