: Russian submarine again spotted near Latvia

15:08 Apr. 4, 2016

Russian submarine again spotted near Latvia

One of Russia's Paltus class (NATO name: Kilo) submarines is moored at a harbor on the Pacific peninsula of Kamchatka, in this July 29, 2007, file photo. (AP Photo)

Baltic state has repeatedly reported Russian warships near its territorial waters

The National Armed Forces of Latvia have once again spotted a Russian submarine off the Latvian coast.

"In the exclusive economic zone of 11 miles from the border of Latvia, the National Armed Forces have identified a Russian 'Kilo'-class submarine," the Latvian armed forces wrote on Twitter on Monday.

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Latvia has repeatedly reported the Russian warships at the country's borders. On May 3, 2015, the Latvian armed forces spotted a squadron of Russian warships, including a submarine, within five miles of its territorial waters.

Reporting by UNIAN.


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