By Steve Dellar   |  04-13-2018   News
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The advance of social media in the past few years, as well as the abilities of many IT-savvy specialists online, means that many users can now follow military movement up to the minute, and thus chatter has been great when spotting that the Russian fleet docked at Tartus Port, Syria, had left their placement, in what many fear is a sign that Moscow will indeed engage with US and French ships in the Mediterranean should an air- and missile strike be launched at its ally Syria.

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The imagery from Tartus port shows that some 11 vessels have left the key naval base in Syria as fears of a pending US, UK, French airstrike grows ever louder.

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Meanwhile, at the UN, Russia’s ambassador Mr Vassily Nebenzia continues to claim: "The immediate priority is to avert the danger of war."

"We cannot exclude any possibilities, unfortunately."

Furthermore, Mr Yevgeny Serebrennikov, the first deputy chairman of the Russian upper house’s defence committee confirmed that the feared S-300 and S-400 missile defence systems would protect the remaining troops: “The Russian military bases in Hmeymim and Tartus are under firm protection.”

“At the same time, we expect that in the event of US strikes, if any, the lives of our servicemen will not be in danger.”

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“I think that the United States understands this and will not allow it, because otherwise, Russia’s response will be immediate.”

Source:

https://twitter.com/Belsat_Eng/status/984345450558959616

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Anonymous No. 23035 1523617658

May be the ships are removing the Russian provided Chemical Weapons stock piles.

Also could be a Diplomatic deal in the works. Trumps launches a wave of Tomahawk's, rips up the Syrian Harbor. Russia does the usual diplomatic fist shaking and come back in and rebuilds the Harbor for a few $$$ Billion.

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