Close Adriatic Sea: off the coast of Italy, Russian ships control the NATO fleet


Russian warships located in the Adriatic Sea have effectively locked up the NATO fleet and control the region, blocking the US Navy strike group in the Strait of Otranto.


The Russian squadron in the Adriatic is represented by the Admiral Tributs BOD, the Vasily Tatishchev reconnaissance ship, the Varyag cruiser and the Admiral Grigorovich frigate. Along with this, the Italian frigates Carlo Bergamini, Libeccio and Antonio Marceglia, the submarine Primo Longobardo, and the American aircraft carrier Harry S. Truman are in the water area.

Earlier, the Italian edition of La Repubblica, referring to representatives of the Italian Navy, reported that the Varyag missile cruiser had blocked the movement of the US aircraft carrier group in the Adriatic Sea, where Harry S. Truman had cruised between Sicily and the Adriatic for the past few months.

Actions by the Russian Federation have become a challenge to the naval command of the NATO bloc

the newspaper noted.

The day before, Academician Radiy Ilkaev expressed the idea that tactical nuclear weapons should be re-installed on Russian warships - this issue should be discussed in the Security Council of the Russian Federation. These weapons were removed from the ships following informal agreements between the US and the USSR in 1991.
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  1. Yuri V.A Offline Yuri V.A
    Yuri V.A (Yuri) 22 August 2022 11: 56
    +2
    Here's a real balm for the soul, they wanted and blocked the aircraft carrier in neutral waters
  2. Vox_Populi Offline Vox_Populi
    Vox_Populi (vox populi) 22 August 2022 12: 14
    +2
    Russian warships located in the Adriatic Sea have effectively locked up the NATO fleet and control the region, blocking the US Navy strike group in the Strait of Otranto.

    Enchanting ... winked
  3. forcecom Offline forcecom
    forcecom (Denis) 22 August 2022 14: 16
    +2
    They just took it and blocked it, they didn’t let it through, it’s interesting that the author of this opus himself believes in what he wrote, or what? The article is entirely nonsense of Sivka Caibal. But urapatriots far from the topic can rejoice.
  4. svit55 Offline svit55
    svit55 (Sergey Valentinovich) 22 August 2022 20: 01
    +2
    Laughing out loud! For our fleet, the safest place is next to the "blocked", there definitely no one will drown them, as in the Black Sea.
  5. Monax Offline Monax
    Monax (Hermann) 23 August 2022 09: 21
    0
    And I wonder - are our "black holes" there?
  6. Vladimir1155 Offline Vladimir1155
    Vladimir1155 (Vladimir) 23 August 2022 14: 50
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    my opinion, stop burning fuel and sunbathing on the Adriatic at public expense, go home