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Danish navy spots Iranian vessels within the Baltic Sea



DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The Danish navy stated Thursday it noticed an Iranian destroyer and a big assist vessel crusing by the Baltic Sea, doubtless heading to Russia for a navy parade within the coming days.

The Danish Protection Ministry posted images on-line from the Royal Danish Air Power of the brand new domestically constructed Iranian destroyer Sahand and the intelligence-gathering vessel Makran passing by the Danish island of Bornholm.

“It’s anticipated that they’re on their strategy to the annual naval parade in St. Petersburg,” the Danish navy wrote on Twitter.

Earlier Thursday, Iran’s state-run IRNA news company reported that the nation’s navy commander, Adm. Hossein Khanzadi, will be a part of the Russian naval parade at St. Petersburg after receiving an invite from the Russian protection minister.

IRNA additionally stated the Sahand will be a part of the parade “if the Russian-planned packages are in step with the plans of the Iranian fleet.”

The naval parade is predicted to happen Sunday, in line with Russian state media.

The 2 vessels left Iran’s Bandar Abbas port in Could. Photographs from Maxar Applied sciences dated April 28 seem to point out seven Iranian fast-attack craft sometimes related to its paramilitary Revolutionary Guard on the deck of the Makran.

The Danish navy photographs confirmed these seven vessels coated and nonetheless aboard the Makran on Thursday. The fast-attack craft aboard the Makran are the kind that the Guard makes use of in its tense encounters with U.S. warships within the Persian Gulf and its slim mouth, the Strait of Hormuz.

The web site Politico first reported in late Could, citing nameless officers, that the ships’ last vacation spot could also be Venezuela. Nevertheless, it seems the vessels as an alternative went round Africa’s Cape of Good Hope and continued north on an unusually lengthy voyage by Iran’s navy.


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