Russian Navy surveillance ship has sunk after colliding with a freighter in the Black Sea

About three months ago the Russian Navy BSF Moma-class AGI intel ship Liman returned from a 97 days deployment in the Mediterranean Sea. Today it was sunk because of a collision with a Turkish freighter in the Black Sea. The Turkish government has been quick to send its regrets to the Russian government. There are no details as to the cause of the collision as of yet. There are no casualties reported and all hands have been rescued according to authorities. The Liman was a Moma Class communications and hydro-graphic research vessel that is considered to be a spy ship. 

As Written By  for News UNSI:

A Russian Navy surveillance ship has sunk after colliding with a freighter in the Black Sea, according to Turkish officials.

“Turkey’s coastal safety authority says that a Russian navy reconnaissance ship has sunk off Istanbul after colliding with a freighter. All of the Russian sailors are safe, reported the Associated Press. 

“Authorities say that all 78 personnel on the Russian vessel Liman are accounted for after it collided with the Togo-flagged freighter Youzarsif H. in the Black Sea. The safety authority says 15 Russian sailors had been rescued after the collision.”

The Russian ship was the surveillance vessel Liman, which had returned from a three-month deployment off the coast of Syria in February.

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