Muraselon got exclusive materials showing battleships belong to the recently deployed Russian naval fleet off the Syrian coast.
Source in the Syrian navy sent to Muraselon pictures emerges some Russian warships approaching the coast of Lattakia in northwest Syria.
The aim of sending Russian warships to Syria according to the former commander of the Baltic Fleet, Admiral Vladimir Valuyev, is "to counter a possible US missile attack on the positions of Syrian government forces."
The Admiral said that "the deployment of Russian warships in this region is consistent with the country's military doctrine and aims to guarantee the security of Syria."
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The Russian fleet includes 10 ships, including the Marshal Ostinov cruiser and the anti-submarine Severomorsk, as well as two submarines. and more of these ships are equipped with Kaliber missiles.
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