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Russia’s National Security Management Center said Saturday that the U.S. warship USS Porter had entered the Black Sea and its operations were being monitored by the Black Sea Navy.
“The U.S. Navy’s forces and assets have begun monitoring the actions of the U.S. Navy Porter-guided missile destroyer that entered the Black Sea waters,” the Russian organization said in a statement.
Earlier, the US 6th Fleet said the ship was heading towards the Black Sea to carry out joint operations with NATO allies and partners in the region.
It is noteworthy that in addition to the destroyer, the 6th US Navy’s flagship USS Mount Whitney set sail for the Black Sea with the intention of participating in joint operations with NATO forces. Release.
Urgency: The USS Porter (DTG78) has begun working with its NATO allies and allies in the region north of the Black Sea.
The U.S. warship stationed in Quito, Italy, is said to be home to officers of NATO’s Naval Assault and Support Force (STRIKFORNATO, abbreviation in English), which is NATO’s main naval command and also serves as the Atlantic Alliance. Communication with the US Navy.
“Along the way, personnel at Mount Whitney and on board will work with NATO allies and partners in the Mediterranean and Black Sea to work together to ensure security and stability in the region,” the 6th U.S. Navy noted.
The memorandum emphasizes that “joint action and training demonstrates NATO’s commitment to maintaining the freedom of navigation in international waters for all countries, without disclosing the countries involved in the routes or activities.”
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