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Black Sea Fleet’s patrol ship to join Russian Navy’s Mediterranean Squadron
The Black Sea Fleet’s patrol ship Vasily Bykov departed the naval base of Sevastopol for its long-distance deployment to the Mediterranean Sea, a source in the Crimean defence circles told TASS on Tuesday.
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