Latvia Spots Russian Submarine

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

July 20, 2015

Image: ACIG.org

Image: ACIG.org

 The National Armed Forces of Latvia said they found a submarine on Sunday and a group of Russian warships in the exclusive economic zone of Latvia.

 
The Sputnik reports that the Armed Forces saw Russian Kilo-class sub and a Tarantul-class corvette between four and six nautical miles off the country's maritime border. It is reported that several courts of the Russian armed forces identified a short distance from the boundary of the territorial waters of Latvia. 
 
"Inside Latvia's exclusive economic zone and a small distance from the boundary of our territorial waters, the Armed Forces have identified several ships of the Russian Navy," the NBS reported
 
Earlier it was reported that the armed forces of Latvia counted nine Russian military aircraft on its border for days. Total allegedly military equipment from Russia since the beginning of the year appeared at the Latvian border 51 times.
 
The NBS regularly reports via Twitter about the presence of Russian naval and air units near Latvia's maritime borders. 
 
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