3 Russian Submarines Heading to Syria Waters for Aleppo War
Three Russian submarines travelling to join the fleet of Russian ships headed by the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov enrout to Syria to take part in Aleppo War detected, Uk Daily Independent reported.
According to report, two Akula class submarines and a diesel powered Kilo class sub travelling in Irish Sea were detected by the Royal British Navy on Sunday.
Independent added: “The Royal Navy and NATO have been tracking the as they travelled to join the fleet of Russian ships headed by the Soviet-era aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov,”.
These three submarines are likely armed with kalibr cruise missiles that will be used against the terrorists fighting the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the Aleppo.
The main vessel in this naval fleet is the Russian aircraft carrier, Admiral Kuznetsov; this ship is carrying several fighter jets and attack helicopters that are going to conduct airstrikes against terrorist group in Syria.
Also the Russian navy missile destroyer Smetlivy travelling to Syria waters. The war ship left the Crimean port of Sevastopol on Friday and docked at Greek Piraeus port near Athens on Sunday.
Source: Al Alam