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Iranian Navy’s 41st flotilla off to Gulf of Aden
The Iranian Navy’s 41st flotilla of warships left Bandar Abbas port for the Gulf of Aden on Wednesday to protect the country’s cargo ships and oil tankers against pirates.
At the presence of Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari, the Navy’s 34th Fleet, comprising Martyr Naghdi destroyer and Lavan logistic warship departed for the high seas and Gulf of Aden to conduct anti-piracy patrols.
Iran’s naval warships in the Gulf of Aden is aimed at establishing security for cargo ships and sending message of peace and friendship to the regional countries.
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