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Naval squadrons of Russia’s Northern and Baltic Fleets have met in the North Atlantic. The Russian Defence Ministry points out that the two will merge into one group under a single command by Tuesday night.... The combined naval group has been set the task of joint sailing and manoeuvring, and driving away mock enemy submarines and aircraft.
Russian Navy warships docked at Limassol port over the weekend for the first time in at least ten years. The Russian frigate Smetlivy docked at Limassol port on Sunday at 9.30am to re-supply with food and water and rest its crew before heading off in the afternoon at 5.30pm. Yesterday, a Russian tug boat Shakhter also docked at Limassol port at 7.56am and is due to leave today. Both ships are part of the Black Sea Fleet and according to reports, are on their way to Syria. Russia has a naval base at the Syrian port of Tartus, the only naval facility outside of the former Soviet Union.
Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
When TSHTF we will know about it 2 weeks after the fact, so no worries man. We're not going to throw down with Russia, even if they are itching for a fight with us and have been for quite a while. Medvedev/Putin's regime is working on establishing a Cold War 2.0 though, that is apparent.
Syria will go down, the Islamic Caliphate will need to be restored via Muslim brotherhood and it will eventually, just a matter of time, their supporters have enough black gold to see it through.