Russian warship crashes in the Black Sea

Russian warship crashes in the Black Sea

Russian warship crashes in the Black Sea

A Russian naval reconnaissance ship sank in the Black Sea on Thursday after colliding with a freighter.

The livestock carrier Youzarsif H did not suffered any breaches and reported the accident to the local authorities and shortly after that was released to return in service and resumed the voyage from Capu Midia to Aqaba.

Coastguards say all 78 personnel on board the "Liman" have been evacuated to safety.

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The Turkish news agency Dogan said the area where the ships collided was shrouded in thick fog at the time, suggesting that the incident was accidental.

The Liman had also previously been deployed for three months to the coast of Syria in the Mediterranean Sea, where Russian Federation is in the second year of an intervention to back President Bashar al-Assad against a wide array of rebel groups, including Islamist fighters and others with USA backing. One said the Liman was returning to the Black Sea after 97 days' deployment in the Mediterranean.

The Youzarsif H was built in 1977 and has a capacity of 2,418 tonnes, according to Thomson Reuters shipping data.

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In February, military sources told Russian media that Liman would be observing NATO's Sea Shield exercise in the Black Sea.

Polish manufactured intelligence vessel, the Liman served with the USSR's Northern Fleet before joining the BSF in 1974, according to a Russian-based website.

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