The frigate Admiral Gorshkov, leading the detachment of the Northern Fleet, arrived in Cuba

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The frigate Admiral Gorshkov, leading the detachment of the Northern Fleet, arrived in Cuba

The Russian frigate Admiral Gorshkov arrived in Cuba, mooring in the port of Havana. The frigate leads a detachment of ships of the Northern fleet, performing long-distance missions. Russian resources report the ship's arrival in Cuba.

Following the Admiral Gorshkov, the tanker Akademik Pashin and the rescue tug Nikolai Chiker, also part of the Northern Fleet detachment, should arrive on Freedom Island. In addition, the detachment was accompanied on the voyage by the multi-purpose nuclear submarine "Kazan" of the Yasen-M project; it should also go to Cuba, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Liberty Island have already warned about this.



The Cuban Ministry of Defense announced a few days ago that between June 12 and June 17, 2024, an official visit to the port of Havana would take place by a group of Russian Navy ships consisting of four vessels, without naming them. The visit of a detachment of ships of the Northern Fleet of the Russian Navy was called friendly, fully consistent with international rules. It is expected that Russian ships will conduct exercises in the Caribbean Sea.

In the United States, this visit is commented on by everyone who is not too lazy, allegedly it is Russia’s response to Ukraine’s permission to attack Russian territory with American weapons. In fact, this is not so, the visit was planned a long time ago, the detachment left Severomorsk on May 17, 2024. The main objective of the campaign is to demonstrate the flag and ensure a naval presence in operationally important areas of the far ocean zone.

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  1. +12
    10 June 2024 11: 03
    “The frigate Admiral Gorshkov, leading the detachment of the Northern Fleet, arrived in Cuba” —

    — To ensure freedom of navigation and combat pirates of the Caribbean...
    1. 0
      10 June 2024 11: 34
      But it’s interesting that SBCs are installed on Gorshkov’s missiles? wink winked laughing
      Somehow the minke whales are not hysterical because of our missiles in Cuba. what
      Maybe it has worked out and we can base our ships with Calibers and Zircons in Cuba on a permanent basis? good
    2. +2
      10 June 2024 11: 45
      To... fight the pirates of the Caribbean...


      Why fight, it's better to lead.
    3. +2
      10 June 2024 14: 06
      Quote: Vladimir Vladimirovich Vorontsov
      “The frigate Admiral Gorshkov, leading the detachment of the Northern Fleet, arrived in Cuba” —

      — To ensure freedom of navigation and combat pirates of the Caribbean...

      In Soviet times, this was routine military service. Visits of warships of the USSR Navy to Cuba. Well, the trouble has just begun... Russia is raising its sails.
  2. +3
    10 June 2024 11: 08
    In addition, the detachment was accompanied on the voyage by the Yasen-M multi-purpose nuclear submarine Kazan, which is also scheduled to visit Cuba
    Got lost! It happens... It’s just a pity... that it’s “Kazan” and not “Belgorod”...
    With “Belgorod” our “sworn partners” (Cuban neighbors) would have “more fun”...
    1. +1
      10 June 2024 21: 25
      Quote: I dare_notice_
      With “Belgorod” our “sworn partners” (Cuban neighbors) would have “more fun”...

      With Belgorod it would be completely sad for the Cubans. But “Kazan” is just right. 32 "Zircons" on board + 16 on "Gorshkov", this is serious.
      And “Kazan” will not surface - secrecy is its main weapon.
  3. +3
    10 June 2024 11: 12
    The Russian frigate Admiral Gorshkov arrived in Cuba, mooring in the port of Havana.

    The author is more careful.
    The meaning of the word "unmoor"
    UNMOORT, -hesitating; owls (unsov. unmoor). Mor. Move away from the pier (about the ship). Drifting ice approached the shore. "Sadko" immediately unmoored, left the shore and began to drift. Badigin, Three winterings in the Arctic ice.

    Source (print version): Dictionary of the Russian language: In 4 volumes / RAS, Institute of Linguistics. research; Ed. A.P. Evgenieva. - 4th ed., Erased. - M .: Rus. language; Polygraph resources, 1999; (electronic version): Fundamental electronic library
    1. 0
      10 June 2024 11: 42
      Quote: Obi Wan Kenobi
      The author is more careful.

      The naval language is very specific. Give up the ends, sushi oars, scrub the deck..... This is how a normal person does it, and crazy things can happen! laughing Essentially the remark is correct, if you’re going to insert naval phrases, read what you wrote. hi
      1. +1
        10 June 2024 18: 44
        Dear fif21! Naval "slang" is not specific, but very specific and laconic, eliminating any ambiguity in the interpretation of the command given to the executor of this command. as in naval “slang”...... And “demonstration of the Flag” is good and very timely... And about the absence of nuclear weapons on board - perhaps it is also a “demonstration”, for the “low-hearted”... As a rule , ships do not go on long voyages without “serious” means of influencing a potential enemy... Moreover, in such a small group and in such a serious “separation” from their bases....
        1. 0
          10 June 2024 18: 59
          Quote from nordscout
          Naval “slang” is not specific, but very specific and laconic, eliminating any ambiguity in the interpretation of the command given to the executor of this command..

          Sorry if I inadvertently offended you. Agree, it is understandable for naval and land representatives of humanity, it is similar to a foreign language (but not complicated). Explain what “Bank” means, in my understanding it is a tin, glass, plastic, medical jar. In Russia, the “demonstration of the Flag”, the Navy and Aerospace Forces, and even PMCs are always welcomed. Who among those living in Russia is not proud of this? The country has an Ocean Fleet! And that's great! Sincerely . hi
  4. 0
    10 June 2024 11: 14
    It would have been worth announcing earlier that the Russian frigate Admiral Gorshkov has nuclear weapons on board. In the USA, farts would be burning during all maneuvers
    1. 0
      10 June 2024 11: 23
      For mattresses to knock out the valve, “Zircons” with “Calibers” are enough!
      1. +2
        10 June 2024 11: 27
        Quote: isv000
        For mattresses to knock out the valve, “Zircons” with “Calibers” are enough!

        Nope, not enough. They very passionately dislike having their heads dipped in manure. They can convince everyone that the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki is for the sake of peace
        1. +1
          10 June 2024 11: 30
          Quote: APASUS
          They can convince everyone that the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki is for the sake of peace

          I’ll tell you more: for the sake of “defending democracy,” Hillary will convince half the world that her own daughter gave birth to her! belay
    2. +1
      10 June 2024 11: 55
      Then the United States will return nuclear weapons to its ships, and it will not be just one submarine or one frigate.

      They will start with B61 on aircraft carriers (at least tomorrow), then Tomahawks, and then JASSM-EP for nuclear weapons will be finished off.
      It is now the US Navy that is resisting and wants “nuclear weapons only on strategic ships.” And if we kick them properly, they can bring a dozen cruisers/destroyers to each sea next to us (excluding the Black Sea, Montreux will not allow more than one destroyer to be brought in, IMHO). And just like in the Cold War - aircraft carriers with nuclear weapons in the Mediterranean, Norwegian Seas and the Pacific Ocean.

      And how then, besides “burning farts,” should you respond?
      1. -1
        10 June 2024 11: 57
        Quote: Wildcat
        Then the United States will return nuclear weapons to its ships, and it will not be just one submarine or one frigate.

        They won't pull up. They are fighters for freedom of law and other crap. In their opinion, we are barbarians.
        1. 0
          10 June 2024 12: 09
          They won't pull up. They are fighters for freedom of law and other crap.

          Yes, but the “fighters” are mostly Democrats led by the “self-propelled grandfather” and all sorts of Obamas/Clintons.
          They are still using all the “democratic Hollywood” to demand that the US military disarm some nuclear weapons, and immediately, because it is “unenvironmentally friendly” and “globally warming”, it seems.

          https://youtu.be/_0Li_nVllDo

          But the US military is somehow fighting off the Democrats.
          And there is a chance, for which Simonyan is “drowning,” that the Republicans and, perhaps, Trump himself will come again, and “these” first shoot, then talk, like in Syria near Deires Zor.
          Republicans themselves would “check out” the bombing of Moscow and Beijing, according to Trump. They themselves are interested in how nuclear weapons will go off.
        2. 0
          10 June 2024 18: 38
          Quote: APASUS
          They are fighters for freedom of law and other crap. In their opinion, we are barbarians.

          Pfff... it's businesslike - little brownie Kuzya will easily explain everything. He will come out in front of the press and say something like: "While dictatorial regimes threaten freedom and democracy by brandishing rusty and outdated nuclear weapons, democracies are simply forced to respond and demonstrate unyielding resolve by returning free and democratic nuclear weapons to their ships.".
      2. +2
        10 June 2024 13: 51
        Then the United States will return nuclear weapons to its ships, and it will not be just one submarine or one frigate.
        Are there any existing prohibitory agreements? It seems like nothing has been working for at least five years now, the charge can jump from an American storage base to an English submarine and back, the quantity is also limited only by unsubstantiated statements.
        1. +1
          10 June 2024 14: 18
          Are there any existing prohibitory agreements?
          No, there wasn't. The presidents of the Russian Federation and the United States exchanged letters on the topic “removing nuclear weapons from non-strategic ships.” The situation when Arlie Burke could sail to an apartment hotel or to Sochi on the Black Sea or to St. Petersburg and there could be nuclear weapons on it is still considered unacceptable. But times are changing....

          the charge can jump from an American storage base to an English submarine and back, the quantity is also limited only by unfounded statements
          The British have their own BBs, cheaper ones. In general, the number of NATO nuclear weapons is now limited only by the words “Federation of American Scientists” (it’s strange that American philatelists did not speak out on the topic).
    3. 0
      11 June 2024 09: 13
      why declare something that is NOT there? If it is, it’s definitely not on him... but on those that are part of the Strategic Missile Forces. And this is just window dressing.
      1. 0
        11 June 2024 12: 32
        Quote from Twilight Elf
        it's just window dressing.

        The frigate "Admiral Gorshkov" is a carrier of "Caliber-NK", anti-ship missiles ZM55 "Oniks", "Zircon" and all this has the ability to use nuclear charges. But no one will say the presence of these charges on the ship. So there is no show here, there may well be
        1. 0
          11 June 2024 17: 10
          so what?))) karakurts are also carriers of "calibers) bears taking off kaklov bombs... carcasses..... but there are no nuclear weapons on them. the nuclear part is in storage. Or are you thinking about the Iskanders on their own, too, nuclear warheads are fiddling around? is it in storage...and will be issued only if there is an order to use it. For example, during a war...this "dove of peace" of yours does not carry any nuclear weapons...and there may not be zircon on board if training firing is not planned in advance...it only strategic submarine cruisers carry it... submarines go on duty with it. And these "golubimir"... no one will give it to them if there is no war..
  5. +1
    10 June 2024 11: 18
    National security must be ensured where necessary.
  6. 0
    10 June 2024 11: 20
    It would be nice to bring the Anadyr container ship to Havana, unload the containers but not open them, and look at the growth in sales of toilet paper in the FSA. feel
    Send another one to Venezuela... wink
    1. 0
      11 June 2024 09: 15
      And? will they be scared right away?) after all the brown lines?)) remind you who covered the base on the cube?..
  7. -1
    10 June 2024 11: 25
    Yesterday I saw the picture from the Klaipeda port.
    There are NATO frigates and corvettes like sardines in a barrel!...
    A few dozens.
    Their teachings are Baltic...
    Well, let's rejoice for "Admiral Gorshkov"!
    Probably the Pentagon has not slept there for the third night in a cold sweat...
    Well, that's it - go ahead!
    It's better than the quay wall rusting!
    1. +3
      10 June 2024 11: 43
      Today our fighters were scrambled in the Kaliningrad region. Il-20 flies. I met a column of motorized infantry. It is headed by a UAZ pickup truck with a “Kord” on the turret, and in the column, individual electronic warfare units are installed on each KamAZ and armored personnel carrier. I think the ships of the Baltic Fleet will also go to sea.
    2. 0
      11 June 2024 17: 12
      You’re the one who’s not sleeping... in a patriotic frenzy) and there’s purple, both for this one and for the other one) judging by the lack of reaction to this.
  8. +1
    10 June 2024 12: 47
    A little off topic. A comrade sent me yesterday about the NATO fleet in the Red Sea. He writes that Iranian channels report the following:
    The NATO strike force consists of 5 aircraft carriers and 34 ships of various types and purposes. Of these, 3 aircraft carriers were disabled, 4 ships were sunk and 8 were disabled. And 4 videos are attached.
    The information, of course, is unconfirmed, so I wanted to ask: who knows what it’s really like there?
    I don’t know how to attach videos from WhatsApp, otherwise I would have posted it.
    1. 0
      10 June 2024 13: 28
      Your comrade is not Konoshenkov, general and mouthpiece of the Moscow Region, by any chance?.. wink
      1. -1
        10 June 2024 18: 12
        No, my comrade is not Konashenkov. This is the first thing.
        Secondly, I wrote to the Russians in plain English that the information was unconfirmed. Therefore, I asked the question to those who have reliable information, and not to you.
        1. +1
          11 June 2024 07: 39
          He wrote complete nonsense, there is now only one US aircraft carrier
  9. -1
    10 June 2024 14: 13
    It sounds stupid, the demonstration of our RUSSIAN flag on FREEDOM ISLAND with an American military base and PRISON since 1903 in Guantanamo Bay.
  10. 0
    10 June 2024 14: 33
    Cuba under Russia's nuclear umbrella. And let the Yankees choke.
  11. 0
    10 June 2024 14: 55
    No plans to bylo dříve, ale teď se to docela hodí. Zvláště ta atomová ponorka může být mírová, ale také nemusí..
    1. +2
      10 June 2024 14: 56
      Well, this was planned before, but now it is quite convenient. Moreover, a nuclear submarine can be peaceful, but this is not necessary..
  12. +2
    10 June 2024 18: 37
    Quote: Obi Wan Kenobi
    The author is more careful.

    Also rezanul. recourse
    It would be more correct to write “moored” without the second T. Well, or “moored.”
  13. 0
    10 June 2024 18: 55
    Fantastico!!............ wink
  14. 0
    10 June 2024 19: 16
    Caution alternative satire, swearing https://youtube.com/shorts/ehpwGOXB_qI?si=PyJLIZxkVmwryhT7
  15. 0
    11 June 2024 09: 11
    again, the resource of a combat unit is wasted on waving the flag...as before, in the same way, they almost ruined the atomic Peter the Great?