Latvian Military Claims to Have Spotted 2 Russian Warships, Sub Near Border
The vessels were spotted in Latvia’s exclusive economic zone five miles away from the border, according to a statement issued by the press service of the Latvian military.
The National Armed Forces identified the vessels as a Project 775 class landing ship (NATO reporting name Ropucha), a Parchim class corvette (known in Russia as Project 1331M) and a Project 877 Paltus diesel-electric submarine, designated by NATO as the Kilo class.
Latvia’s National Armed Forces also allegedly spotted an Antonov An-22, a heavy military transport aircraft, conducting a flight near the border.
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