|Friday, December 8th|
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
revealed a Russian newspaper, Thursday, for an agreement between Russia and Syriaallow warships to enter a nuclear - powered to a Syrian port.
On December 7, 2017, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed the Russia-Syria agreement to expand the Russian fleet's supply and maintenance center in the port of Tartous.
The expansion of the Tartous Center is expected to boost the capabilities of the Russian fleet in the Mediterranean, according to Admiral Vladimir Masorin, commander of the Russian navy in 2005-2007.
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The agreement signed by Russia and Syria on January 18, 2017 includes the presence of 11 warships, including nuclear-powered ships, in the Syrian port at the same time, noting that the Russian naval units powered by nuclear energy Mostly submarines. This means that the expansion of the "Tartous Center" paves the way for the entry of Russian "nuclear" submarines to the Syrian port.
Not only that, but the expansion of the "Tartous Center" to turn it into an integrated naval military base, according to the newspaper.