“All equipment was dismantled and sent to Russia, on December 13 it arrived by sea in Vyborg. In the next day or two, representatives of the Saint-Nazaire shipyard will arrive in Vyborg to check the integrity of the cargo, then customs clearance will begin, after which the act of acceptance will be signed, ”a military diplomatic source told the agency.
“A total of eleven 20-ton containers and two oversized loads were delivered - platforms with large antennas,” he said.
“Among these cargoes is the Russian combat control system, previously associated with the French combat control system SENIT-9,” the source added.
“The question of using this equipment by Egypt is still open,” he said. “If the Egyptians do not buy this equipment, it will be used on Russian warships.”
The source also noted that "the Russian Mistral crews were disbanded, the sailors were distributed to other ships."