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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Iranian Navy Deploys Warships in Atlantic Ocean

"For the first time, the 44th flotilla comprised of Alvand and Bushehr destroyers could sail around the African continent and enter the Atlantic Ocean," Admiral Sayyari told reporters in Tehran on Monday.

"The two destroyers are now deployed in Durban Harbor (South Africa)," he added.

Noting that deployment of the 44th flotilla of warships in the international waters indicates the Iranian Navy's might and power, Admiral Sayyari said, "In addition to that, 5 fleets of warships have also been sent to other countries so far with a message of peace and friendship."

Back in 2014, Admiral Sayyari had announced the country's plans to deploy troops in the Atlantic Ocean.

"The Iranian Navy will definitely be present in the Atlantic Ocean in the near future," Admiral Sayyari told reporters on the sidelines of his meeting with foreign military attaches in Tehran at the time.

He noted that conducting reciprocal visits to other countries, including the coastal countries of the Indian Ocean and the African countries, and exchanging naval visits and voyages are among the Navy's programs.

"We are ready to hold joint naval drills with the neighboring countries as well," Admiral Sayyari said.



Anonymous said...

Fear the fleet of dingys!

Anonymous said...

US Navy can take those Jerks out at anytime ...Bring it !!

Anonymous said...

Like bringing a knife to a gun fight!
You know it's going to end badly!!!!
Just an irritant! Like a fly or mosquito!

Anonymous said...

We'll be bailing them out in no time! Expect an SOS when their rafts hit some rough seas.

Anonymous said...

Never underestimate the power of the US Navy. Once President Elect Trump takes office, he'll make our Navy even stronger.

lmclain said...

Anyone notice the irony on sending WARSHIPS with 'messages of peace and friendship"?

Anonymous said...

they should sucker them out to the middle of the atlantic till they run out of fuel