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Sabah: New US military base in Greece threatens not only Turkey, but also Russia

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Sabah: New US military base in Greece threatens not only Turkey, but also Russia

Greece offered the United States to create a new military base in Alexandroupolis, and Washington agreed, already sending its military there. It may seem that this event concerns only the confrontation between Greece and Turkey, in fact, it will have consequences for many countries, including Russia. Writes about this Turkish edition Sabah.


According to the author of the material, on July 23 in Alexandroupolis, which has the status of one of the main ports of Greece, an American military base was opened. Under the guise of NATO exercises, advanced US Army units were deployed to the city. Thus, the first steps have been taken towards the establishment of both a US naval and air base in Alexandroupolis. At the moment, helicopters, military vehicles, and ammunition have been deployed to the city.

The author notes that Alexandroupolis is close to the Turkish border and is part of a 30-kilometer zone that should remain demilitarized. Ankara believes that the creation of a military base there will threaten the Dardanelles and Bosphorus straits. Since the militarization of the strait zone is prohibited by international treaties, the creation of a military base is also contrary to international law.

The publication writes that the base also threatens Russia. The United States is withdrawing part of the military contingent from Germany, distributing it to the countries of Eastern and Southeastern Europe, including Greece. Thus, the United States is increasing its presence in the Aegean Sea and the Eastern Mediterranean, trying to reduce Russia's influence in the region and oust it from the Mediterranean.

But the main danger is the new military base for Turkey, the author believes.

The creation of the base can be seen as a move that will diminish the strategic value of the Turkish straits by creating a new line Alexandroupolis - Bulgaria - Romania. Thus, the United States will less need Turkey to compete with Russia and, therefore, can more easily take a position on the side of Greece.

- he sums up.
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  1. Doccor18
    Doccor18 4 August 2020 09: 07 New
    +2
    that the creation of a military base there would threaten the Dardanelles and Bosphorus straits. Since the militarization of the strait zone is prohibited by international treaties, the creation of a military base is also contrary to international law.

    The Americans meant treaties and international law. The right of the strong is the only right they recognize.
    1. Insurgent
      Insurgent 4 August 2020 09: 18 New
      +5
      The village of Dedeagach (present-day Alexandroupolis) was occupied by the Russian army in 1877, during the Russo-Turkish War. Russian troops remained in the city until the Berlin Congress.
      Russian urban planning engineers developed a plan for the improvement of the city.
      The emphasis was on designing wide streets to give troops freedom of movement. The streets run parallel to each other, which is very unlike the narrow alleys, cobbled streets and dead ends characteristic of Ottoman cities at the time. Wide boulevards are oriented along or perpendicular to the sea coast. The Dedeagach lighthouse was built with the participation of Russian engineers (photo)


      Russian marines from the BDK Black Sea Fleet "Caesar Kunikov" are solemnly marching in the Greek city of Alexandroupolis (video)
      1. BDRM 667
        BDRM 667 4 August 2020 09: 32 New
        +2
        Quote: Insurgent
        Russian urban planning engineers developed a plan for the improvement of the city.

        Russians left their mark in Greece yes

        Russian marines parade in Greek Corfu

        1. BDRM 667
          BDRM 667 4 August 2020 09: 48 New
          -1
          Quote: BDRM 667
          Russians left their mark in Greece

          Russian sailors in Pylos


          So, maybe to come to an agreement with the Greeks, and "zabatat" on the Balkan Peninsula (or on the Greek islands) a Russian military base, tiny?
          So that the Greeks were calmer and the Turks did not freak out about the likely American threat from the territory of Greece? wink lol
          1. alone
            alone 4 August 2020 12: 13 New
            +1
            Greece is in NATO. And do not console yourself that the Greeks are glorious and will do this .. If they had such plans, the Russian Federation, and not the United States, would have turned to the country, whose existence in economic terms depends on the EU financial tranches base of the Russian Federation.
            Congenially
            1. Simargl
              Simargl 4 August 2020 13: 41 New
              -1
              Quote: lonely
              If they had such plans, the RF would have turned to, not the United States.
              Those. Do you think that the Greeks showed independence and themselves offered the most peaceful NATO member a base?
              1. vVvAD
                vVvAD 4 August 2020 14: 06 New
                +1
                I think so - given the attitude of the Greeks towards our country and the United States in general, and the last 2 of their governments, including the current one.
              2. alone
                alone 4 August 2020 14: 08 New
                -1
                Quote: Simargl
                Do you think that the Greeks showed independence and themselves offered the most peaceful NATO member a base?

                There is no independence. Greece is a member of NATO. They were offered, they agreed. Greece is not in a state now to disagree. The country is in a deep economic crisis. It lives on financial aid from the EU and the United States. And think that the Greeks will agree to a military base of the Russian Federation on its territory is nonsense. Super stupidity
                1. Simargl
                  Simargl 4 August 2020 14: 13 New
                  0
                  Quote: lonely
                  There is no independence.
                  Yes: NATO is the United States and the controlled members.

                  Quote: lonely
                  They were offered, they agreed.
                  We agreed to violate the international treaty on the straits. This is some recklessness. It can be assumed that the offer was of the type of a reket: from which it is impossible to refuse.

                  Quote: lonely
                  The country is in a deep economic crisis and lives on financial assistance from the EU and the United States.
                  They first destroyed the Greek industry (where, for example, their shipbuilding?), And then began to "help". Credits ... and credits are not earnings, if anything.

                  Quote: lonely
                  And to think that the Greeks will agree to a Russian military base on their territory is nonsense.
                  Where did I suggest this?
                  1. alone
                    alone 4 August 2020 17: 06 New
                    0
                    Quote: Simargl
                    Where did I suggest this?

                    You did not offer, but BRDM667. This is just my opinion. The quote has nothing to do with you. hi
                2. Normal ok
                  Normal ok 4 August 2020 17: 44 New
                  -1
                  Quote: lonely
                  There is no independence. Greece is a member of NATO. They were offered, they agreed.

                  This year there was information (including on VO) that Greece itself turned to the states with a request to locate the base. They see this as a counterweight to Turkey.
          2. vVvAD
            vVvAD 4 August 2020 14: 06 New
            +1
            You are behind the times: the Greeks are no longer our sympathizers and not even a neutral state. Cyprus could be considered as such, but given its size, pressure from the Americans and Greeks, as well as the withdrawal from there of capital of Russian origin (albeit not always "white", but into the former crime and funds of some special agencies) after all the memorable expropriation is also not an option ...
            In general, the Turks, although we are not allies, and sometimes behave in a very, let's say, peculiar way, having become skilled in intrigues and undercover games for hundreds of years of history, I consider this article of their publication to be completely objective.
            At the same time, it cannot be denied that they have their own interests (sometimes far from noble ones) in defense of which, in general, this article was written.
    2. Pravodel
      Pravodel 4 August 2020 09: 26 New
      -1
      Reptiles surround.
      There are bases in the Baltics and Poland, bases in Bulgaria and Romania. In the east, in Japan, there are bases.
      Now Greece has decided to create a base.
      1. pytar
        pytar 4 August 2020 10: 19 New
        0
        bases, in Bulgaria,

        One clarification:
        Bulgaria has denied information about the construction of a NATO base.
        Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister of Bulgaria Krasimir Karakachanov commented on the information about the construction of a new NATO military base on the territory of the republic. The head of the security department stressed that the creation of such a base is not planned. Recall that earlier Karakachanov had already denied such fake news, stating that the construction of a NATO military base on the territory of the republic would inevitably lead to an increase in political tension in the region.
        1. Insurgent
          Insurgent 4 August 2020 11: 18 New
          0
          Quote: pytar
          Bulgaria has denied information about the construction of a NATO base.

          How long, with the appropriate "pressure" (as in the story with the "South Stream") to declare the cardinally opposite?
          1. pytar
            pytar 4 August 2020 11: 30 New
            0
            Anything is possible, even if according to the statements of the Americans themselves, they do not meddle with us, because they fear a negative reaction in the Bulgarian society. There are reasons - Bulgarians are not Poles. The topic of UP has been discussed a million times, you and I have completely different opinions about it.
            1. Insurgent
              Insurgent 4 August 2020 11: 35 New
              +1
              Quote: pytar
              On the subject of UP, she was discussed a million times, you and I have completely different opinions about her.

              Possibly different, because I am sure that the gas pipeline would be economically profitable for both Russia and Bulgaria.

              But you decided to freeze your ears for evil grandmother Russia, for the sake of the European Union, is more profitable.

              Your choice yes , do not dispute no but you get gas now from Turkey.
              With all the "bells and whistles", price and political.
              1. pytar
                pytar 4 August 2020 12: 04 New
                0
                Possibly different, because I am sure that the gas pipeline would be economically profitable for both Russia and Bulgaria.

                Insurgent, if I'm not mistaken, we have discussed this topic many times on the VO forums. And here the topic is not the same! Is it drifting again? I will give you good advice - chase obsessive thoughts! They are worthless! yes
                1. Insurgent
                  Insurgent 4 August 2020 12: 12 New
                  -1
                  Quote: pytar
                  Insurgent, if I'm not mistaken, we have discussed this topic many times on the VO forums.

                  You are mistaken yes This topic ("South Stream"), especially with you, I have never discussed.
                  Quote: pytar
                  Is it drifting again?

                  And in this you are wrong again yes


                  And in general, if you do not like accusations that your government is weak and does not work in the interests of Bulgaria, then react to this constructively and restrained, without hysterics.
                  Or change the government.

                  If neither of them comes out, then just keep quiet.
                  1. pytar
                    pytar 4 August 2020 14: 08 New
                    0
                    You are wrong. This topic ("South Stream"), especially with you, I have never discussed.

                    Good! Its place is really not here, where the topic is completely different.
                    If neither of them comes out, then just keep quiet.

                    Insurgent, you cannot point me to anything. Realize this fact. yes
                    1. Insurgent
                      Insurgent 4 August 2020 15: 34 New
                      -1
                      Quote: pytar
                      Insurgent, you cannot point me to anything. Realize this fact.

                      Understand on what basis? The fact that you are trying to give rude advice to me, and then you are indignant?
                      Quote: pytar
                      I will give you good advice - chase obsessive thoughts! They are worthless!
                      1. pytar
                        pytar 4 August 2020 16: 14 New
                        0
                        Understand on what basis?

                        I suppose we are adults and it is not suitable for us to measure PPSKM on the forums.
                        The fact that you are trying to give rude advice to me, and then you are indignant?

                        Maybe not quite delicately, but I reminded you - here the topic is not about UP! Why then flood ?! request
                        Okay, I hope we figured it out! All the best! hi
                      2. Insurgent
                        Insurgent 4 August 2020 16: 22 New
                        0
                        Quote: pytar

                        Maybe not quite delicately reminded you that the topic here is not about UP! Why then flood ?!

                        I just gave you the story with "UP", as an example of the unscrupulousness of your authorities in decisions, but you broke through and led to groundless accusations of "flood".

                        There is a need to feel like "young NATO members" and Euro-litter - no question!

                        Just don't load others yes
                      3. pytar
                        pytar 4 August 2020 22: 12 New
                        -1
                        There is a need to feel like "young NATO members" and Euro-litter - no question!

                        Insurgent, you have a clear need to pour out dirt! Well ... your personal experiences are unlikely to impress anyone. fellow
    3. alone
      alone 4 August 2020 12: 15 New
      -1
      Quote: pytar
      Bulgaria has denied information about the construction of a NATO base.

      Bulgaria itself is a member of NATO ... all bases of the Armed Forces of Bulgaria are considered NATO bases
      1. pytar
        pytar 4 August 2020 14: 10 New
        0
        Bulgaria itself is a member of NATO ... all bases of the Armed Forces of Bulgaria are considered NATO bases

        Well, you have your own ideas about reality. yes
  • silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 4 August 2020 09: 07 New
    +2
    striped took care of the base near Syria from the Mediterranean Sea and the straits and at the same time showed the Greeks that they are on their side in the conflict ... and the redeployment of some tasks from Turkey after many conflicts (a conspiracy against Erdogan, for example), it is time to redistribute forces in the region
    1. Sergey S.
      Sergey S. 4 August 2020 11: 39 New
      0
      Quote: silberwolf88
      striped took care of the base near Syria from the Mediterranean Sea and the straits and at the same time showed the Greeks that they are on their side in the conflict ... and the redeployment of some tasks from Turkey after many conflicts (a conspiracy against Erdogan, for example), it is time to redistribute forces in the region

      The striped ones realized that they had missed control of the Black Sea straits. And this turned out to be an important miscalculation for them. They will put pressure on the Montreux Treaty. They will come up with something and break it step by step.
      The first step was to violate the demilitarized zone ...
      And no one peeped, or only peep ...

      Wars over this, of course. will not happen.
      But to organize a regime of continuous provocation, the closure of areas for any work or the search for underwater terrorists ... it will be easier and cheaper for them.

      I suppose the Greeks are more cunning.
      The Americans were allegedly invited to scare the Turks. and then it won't work out ... I really hope so. For the Americans will never side with Greece in the conflict with Turkey. In the best case, Turkey will not get something, but the Greeks will have a fig. As already happened with Cyprus and the British.
      1. silberwolf88
        silberwolf88 4 August 2020 17: 35 New
        0
        I hope you are right
  • Livonetc
    Livonetc 4 August 2020 09: 12 New
    +5
    NATO has more than enough bases in the Mediterranean.
    There will be no more significant presence influencing Russia's plans in the region.
    But for Turkey, one more factor of concern is unambiguous.
    In fact, another new nail in NATO's coffin.
    Further aggravation in relations between the West and Turkey expands the possibilities of Russia's geopolitical game.
    1. Zaurbek
      Zaurbek 4 August 2020 09: 30 New
      +1
      I personally walked around an abandoned small base on about. Crete .... there are a lot of bases (not only the USA, but also Britain) and a bunch of radars on all the mountains.
    2. g1v2
      g1v2 4 August 2020 11: 14 New
      0
      This is true, but the base will be able to control all ships and ships passing through the straits. All our ships and vessels going to Tartus and Mediterranean will generally pass by it. Even if the Turks leave NATO, the mattresses will still control the straits.
    3. alone
      alone 4 August 2020 12: 18 New
      +2
      Quote: Livonetc
      here is one more factor of concern for Turkey.

      In Turkey, the United States is sitting in Incirlik .. Something does not feel that Turkey is bad from this .. otherwise they would have asked for an exit long ago
  • Al_lexx
    Al_lexx 4 August 2020 10: 13 New
    +2
    In fact, the United States, withdrawing its troops from Germany, is forcing the Germans to reanimate the Wehrmacht to a "full-fledged" state (I recall the second half of the thirties, the last century). As a result, the NATO grouping in Europe will significantly increase, and Germany will again receive the most powerful army in Europe.
  • Keyser soze
    Keyser soze 4 August 2020 10: 33 New
    0
    It's just a shift in US relations with Turkey to Greece. The Turks are not becoming a particularly handshake partner in NATO and they quarreled with whoever they could, which was illustrated by the graters in the Mediterranean Sea and with France and Italy, sanctions from the EU, and constant relations with almost all neighbors. The transformation of Hagia Sophia into a Muslim temple again significantly infuriated not only the Greeks but also the Western world, but this is just a sign of the underdog about the direction of his policy.

    Aggressive neo-Ottoman policy in the 21st century looks ridiculous, especially since it is not supported by the Turkish economy, which has a lot of systemic problems. The Western world will curtail its economic relations with the Turks and this will lead to the collapse of the Turkish economy and the fall of Erdogan. Or maybe he will decide to go to war with the Greeks, but in this case Turkey will simply fall apart, and the Greeks will be able to regain the great city of Constantine ...
    1. Sergey S.
      Sergey S. 4 August 2020 12: 20 New
      +1
      Quote: Keyser Soze
      Aggressive neo-Ottoman policy in the 21st century looks ridiculous, especially since it is not supported by the Turkish economy, which has a lot of systemic problems. The Western world will curtail its economic relations with the Turks and this will lead to the collapse of the Turkish economy and the fall of Erdogan. Or maybe he will decide to go to war with the Greeks, but in this case Turkey will simply fall apart, and the Greeks will be able to regain the great city of Constantine ...

      These are our Wishlist ...
      In fact, politics is backed up by economics only in the final stage of the development of the conflict - in a real war.
      In other periods, the economy is supported by politics.
      The priority of national interests and ideological aspirations will inevitably lead to the consolidation of the nucleus of society, which in the future will have a positive effect on the economy. For those who do not understand - Russian history in study ...
      Erdogan will one day leave politics ... And someone will call it a "fall" ... But after a while another strong nationally oriented leader will come to replace him. This is the essence of Erdogan's policy.

      As for Hagia Sophia and Great Armenia, they will definitely return, as they say now, to their native shores. But for this, the peoples allied with Russia must realize their strength and historical mission. The Armenians are close to this, which I do not see in the Greeks and Bulgarians.
      And in reality, there are enough Kurds for Erdogan's head ...
      1. Keyser soze
        Keyser soze 4 August 2020 13: 07 New
        +1
        But after a while another strong nationally oriented leader will come to replace him.


        Not quite so, Sergei .... the division in Turkish society is huge. Erdogan sweeps under the carpet all the achievements of the Turkish Republic and Ataturk and creates an Islamist power. By definition, backward and lagging behind. This is the minimum, but for this the peoples, allied with Russia, must realize their strength and historical mission. The Armenians are close to this, which I do not see in the Greeks and Bulgarians. Half of the Turks don't like it.

        As for Hagia Sophia and Great Armenia, they will definitely return, as they say now, to their native shores.


        As for Armenia, I am not in the subject. But about Hagia Sophia ... we have a proverb - "From your lips and straight into God's ears." We'll see.

        But for this, the peoples allied with Russia must realize their strength and historical mission. The Armenians are close to this, which I do not see in the Greeks and Bulgarians.


        Yes, you missed taking Constantinople two or three times. And in 1913, when our army defeated the Turkish army and was 40 km away. from the city and offered RI to take the city, with its own blood and hands, and pass it on to you, then we received an ultimatum - do not touch the Turks or we will declare war on you.

        So dear Russians, come 40 km. from the city and we and the Greeks will begin to realize then our historical mission.

        1. Sergey S.
          Sergey S. 4 August 2020 16: 49 New
          +1
          Quote: Keyser Soze
          Yes, you missed taking Constantinople two or three times. And in 1913, when our army defeated the Turkish army and was 40 km away. from the city and offered RI to take the city, with its own blood and hands, and pass it on to you, then we received an ultimatum - do not touch the Turks or we will declare war on you.

          So dear Russians, come 40 km. from the city and we and the Greeks will begin to realize then our historical mission.

          No offense.
          Russia has repeatedly declared its desire to free Constantinople about the Basurman.
          And every time the gayropeans interfered.
          The only unconditional support was provided only by the Serbs.

          On the Archipelago expeditions, the admirals Spirids and Senyavin blocked the Dardanelles and, under certain conditions, could break through to Constantinople.
          Now it is becoming clear that, perhaps, the British prevented Spiridov - there were too many of them with the squadron ...

          By the way, then Spiridov tried to rely on the Greeks, more precisely, on the Spartans. Nothing good came of it. They could take revenge on the Turks, but they could not resist in battle.
          Spiridov had to make Ausa the main base instead of Moreya.

          Senyavin, I think, had no time for Constantinople. Alexander, after Austerlitz, surrendered all national interests in the Mediterranean to the French.

          In the Russian-Turkish 1877-78. tried to rely on the help of the Bulgarians. In all fairness, those who were armed fought honestly. But there weren't as many of them as expected, and their training raised questions.
          The Bulgarian militia did not have an independent combat force, only as part of the Russian formations.
          And when the British brought the fleet into the Sea of ​​Marmara, they had to abandon Constantinople. Then there was the Berlin Congress ... Bulgaria was cut off, just as we did not resist diplomatically.
          When the territories were transferred to the beaten Turks, the local Bulgarians didn’t make a sound ... And then they chose the German Tsar and another anti-Russian tyagomotina began.

          Don't think about 1913. What did the Bulgarians do in the First World War?

          And in World War II, what did the Bulgarians do? It's good that the Russians weren't shot. We remember this. But, in general, this is too little to talk about brotherly relations. That is, from our side, the relations are always the most fraternal for the Bulgarians, and in response for 150 years ...
          During World War II, even the Turks remained neutral ...

          And I don't even remember South Stream.
          By the way, I personally consider the Bulgarians brothers and therefore I consider it possible to talk about everything very frankly and kindly to the Bulgarians.

          If we again have to attack Turkey, I suppose that Constantinople will not get to either the Greeks or the Bulgarians ...
          Conquer your territories yourself, mine your national pride and realize your historical mission on your own and in deadly combat.
          1. pytar
            pytar 4 August 2020 22: 17 New
            +1
            Don't think about 1913. What did the Bulgarians do in the First World War?

            You are confusing events. In 1913 the Bulgarian army was at 40 km. from Constantinople and was preparing to take it. This is in the First Balkan War. The First World War began on 28.07.1914/14.10.1915/XNUMX, and Bulgaria entered it on XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX. hi
            1. Sergey S.
              Sergey S. 5 August 2020 04: 30 New
              0
              Quote: pytar
              You are confusing events. In 1913 the Bulgarian army was at 40 km. from Constantinople and was preparing to take it. This is in the First Balkan War. The First World War began on 28.07.1914/14.10.1915/XNUMX, and Bulgaria entered it on XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

              I'm not confusing anything.
              What would Russian politicians look like in 1914 if in 1913 they unconditionally supported Bulgaria?
              Suckers?
              1. pytar
                pytar 5 August 2020 10: 01 New
                +1
                What would Russian politicians look like in 1914 if in 1913 they unconditionally supported Bulgaria? Suckers?

                Why suckers ??? The Ottoman Empire would be vibrated from the Balkans, Russia would gain control over the Straits under one form or another! While not directly participating in hostilities! Other Great powers would hardly have given Constantinople to Russia, but it could have achieved the establishment of international governance with its participation. This would be a step towards gaining full control of the Straits in PVM! The situation, the distribution of forces in the Balkans, would be extremely favorable for Russia! And the result in WWI for Russia would have been different! Of course, now we can only assume that history does not have a subjunctive mood. hi
              2. Keyser soze
                Keyser soze 5 August 2020 10: 37 New
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                What would Russian politicians look like in 1914 if in 1913 they unconditionally supported Bulgaria?
                Suckers?


                I don't know suckers, but the owners of Constantinople - 100% :)
                1. Sergey S.
                  Sergey S. 5 August 2020 13: 21 New
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                  Quote: Keyser Soze
                  Keyser Soze (Eugene) Today, 10:37
                  What would Russian politicians look like in 1914 if in 1913 they unconditionally supported Bulgaria?
                  Suckers?

                  I don't know suckers, but the owners of Constantinople - 100% :)

                  No.
                  It's just that the First World War would have started earlier, and our relations with England and France would have already been spoiled in advance.
    2. alone
      alone 4 August 2020 12: 25 New
      +2
      Quote: Keyser Soze
      The transformation of Hagia Sophia back into a Muslim temple significantly infuriated not only the Greeks

      It is strange that the Greeks were angry about it now .. And the fact that for 5 centuries there was a mosque, the Greeks were not angry
      Quote: Keyser Soze
      especially since it is not supported by the Turkish economy, which has a lot of systemic problems.

      The whole world is now in an economic parasha. The Greeks also do not ride in oil.
      Quote: Keyser Soze
      Or maybe he will decide to go to war with the Greeks, but in this case Turkey will simply fall apart, and the Greeks will be able to regain the great city of Constantine ...

      Dreams of dreams ... The Greek Defense Ministry signed a contract to acquire 50 BLPA from Turkey. Would you sell military equipment to the enemy if you want to fight him? There will be no war ..
  • voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 4 August 2020 10: 49 New
    +4
    Greece has uninhabited islands with no sources
    fresh water. And without tourism.
    The Greeks could lease such an island to the United States for
    for the construction of a military base. For a lot of money.
    The entire base from Turkey would gradually move there.
  • tanit
    tanit 4 August 2020 11: 07 New
    +1
    Sabah: New US military base in Greece threatens not only Turkey, but also Russia
    So the old one didn't threaten? request
    “Back in 1951, a naval base was opened in the Souda bay on the north-western coast of Crete, which is actively used not only by the Greek Navy, but also by the American fleet. repairs of warships up to and including destroyer class. In addition, there is a submarine training ground in the bay, and a NATO missile range next to the port. "(BO 30/18/10)
  • aleks neym_2
    aleks neym_2 4 August 2020 11: 07 New
    -2
    And where is the Russian military base in the north of South America weak? Or striped conquer like jackals?
  • Scharnhorst
    Scharnhorst 4 August 2020 16: 05 New
    -1
    Erdogan - a lop-eared donkey - was supposed to hurry up in 2014 and offer the Russian Federation a base in Inzhirlik ... Let now his elbows bite because of the "Unscrupulous corruption of the Greeks"!