05:50 PM 10:50 AM EST JAN 30, 2023 JLM 51°F
Iranian naval flotilla to dock at Brazilian port

The Iranian Navy’s 86th flotilla of warships is going to berth at Brazil’s southeastern port city of Rio de Janeiro.

The Iranian flotilla, comprised of Dena and Makran warships, will reportedly arrive at the Brazilian port within the next few days.

The 86th flotilla set sail from south of Iran in early autumn with the purpose of circumnavigating the world.

The trip to Brazil appears to be part of a mission to the Panama Canal.

On January 11, Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Shahram Irani said plans are underway to dispatch naval forces to the Panama Canal as Iranian servicemen are approaching the coasts of the Americas.

Dena is a Mowj-class warship that joined the Iranian Navy in June 2021. The military vessel is equipped with anti-ship cruise missiles, torpedoes and naval cannons.

Source: IMFAT

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Tony Pettitt 02:16 24.01.2023
Disable their propeller so they can’t reach their designation!!!
Michael Nicholls 00:24 24.01.2023
War games
Donald Lerman 00:16 24.01.2023
A Trojan horse. U.S. Should remember The Monroe Doctrine
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