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Russian Warships Enters Syrian Waters

Russia's state-owned Itar-Tass news agency quoted a source from the Russian Navy as saying that "It is planned that the port of Tartus will be visited by a big anti-submarine ship of the Northern Fleet 'Admiral Chabanenko' and an escort ship 'Yaroslav Mudry'."

The move is considered by many observers as an apparent show of Russia's support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad

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Added: Jan-8-2012 Occurred On: Jan-7-2012
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  • Oh please, American propaganda machine at it again. Russians have no interest in supporting Syria. It's a fact

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  • I'm surprised they were able to afford the gas money.

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  • Syrian authorities have called the visit of a Russian naval task force to the port of Tartus a “show of solidarity with the Syrian people,” the official SANA news agency reported.

    A Russian task force, led by the Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier, arrived in Tartus on Sunday to replenish water and food supplies during a long-term training mission in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean.

    “We highly respect Russia’s honorable stance in support of the Syrian people,” SANA cited Governor More..

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  • If this video has been taken from accompanied Russian steamer, that runs on vodka?

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