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Russian anti-submarine warfare vessel Yeysk enters Azov Sea

On July 7, it passed the bridge arch near Kerch in direction to the Sea of Azov
23:36, 8 July 2019

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Russian small anti-submarine warfare vessel Yeysk entered Azov Sea as Ukrainian military portal reported.

“Yesterday it (Yeysk, - 112.international) passed the bridge arch near Kerch in direction to the Sea of Azov. In the Black Sea, it is registered at Novorossiysk Naval Base of the Black Sea of the Russian Navy and enters the composition of the 181st division of the small anti-submarine warfare vessels of 184th brigade of the security of the water area,” the message said.

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The vessel was made on April 12, 1989, at Leninska Kuznia (currently Kuznia na Rybalskomu, - 112.international) and on February 28, 1990, entered the composition of the 181st division of the small anti-submarine warfare vessels of 184th brigade of the Black Sea of the Russian Navy with the base in Poti, Georgia.

As we reported U.S. missile-armed destroyer USS Carney passed the Bosphorus and entered the waters of the Black Sea.

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Besides, the A759 Dupuy de Lome, a French ship designed for the collection of signals and communications, entered the Black Sea.

It should be noted that the French vessel will not participate in Sea Breeze – 2019. It will be interested in Russian vessels tracking USS Carney. To cut it short, this is wiretapping of a wiretap. Dupuy de Lome will monitor the active stage of drills.  

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