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A US Navy destroyer is keeping a close eye on the advanced Russian warship roaming the Caribbean


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One of Russia's most advanced warships is sailing around in the Caribbean, but it's not alone, as the US Navy has dispatched a destroyer to keep a close eye on it.

The Admiral Gorshkov, the first of a new class of Russian frigates built for power projection, arrived in Havana on Monday, accompanied by the multipurpose logistics vessel Elbrus, the sea tanker Kama, and the rescue tug Nikolai Chiker, The Associated Press reported. https://www.insider.com/us-navy-destroyer-tracks-advanced-russian-warship-in-the-caribbean-2019-6

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