Yaroslav Mudry Waves Goodbye to Tartus, Syria

Yaroslav Mudry (727), the Russian Navy’s Neustrashimy class frigate, departed the port of Tartus, Syria, and is now on its way to a designated area in the Mediterranean Sea.

During the port call in Tartus, the Russian Navy’s sailors took the opportunity to replenish the ship’s needed supplies.

The vessel started its journey on August 9, 2014, when it left the main naval base of the Baltic Fleet Baltiysk. Until now, it has sailed over 23 thousand nautical miles. One of the main goals of the vessel’s deployment if to strengthen the security of the Russian maritime navigation and other maritime economic activities in Russia.

Naval Today Staff, Image: Russian Ministry of Defence

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