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U.S., Spain Agree to Host Two More Warships in Rota


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Spain and the United States took the next steps in increasing the number of U.S. guided-missile destroyers based in Rota.

Under the new agreement, the U.S. can host six naval warships at Naval Station Rota, Spain, an increase of two. The agreement between the two countries follows a commitment last summer to allow the U.S. to increase the number of ships, Reuters reported.

U.S. Ambassador to Spain Julissa Reynoso and Spanish Defense Minister Margarita Robles signed the agreement Monday, according to the U.S. embassy in Spain.

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