The Royal Navy ships a Russian warship after being spotted this morning on an English channel.
The navy said it sent the HMS St. Albans frigates to follow the Vladimir Putin cruise through the waters of the UK.
Frigate type 23 from Portsmouth was activated to guard the Russian cruiser Slave class Marshal Ustinov, Navy said.
The Russian unit – escorted by auxiliary ship and weights – recently left the Mediterranean and followed Allied French naval warships across Bissau.
As the current fleet escort, HMS St Albans is a royal naval vessel of the Royal Navy who is in charge of protecting the integrity of British waters and is therefore ready to follow the Russians as they entered the Channel, taking a watch from the French War Ships.
Commander John Cromie, Commander HMS St. Albans said: "HMS St Albans is in high alertness to respond to any foreign warship that could pose a potential threat to the integrity of British waters."
He continued: "In this case, the interaction between St Albans and Marshal Ustin's has proved to be both warmly and professionally, reflecting the mutual understanding of the customs that exist between professional sailors.
"My crew, however, is trained to the highest standards and is ready to respond to any eventuality."
The Holy Albanians deployed the Merlin helicopter to observe the movements of a given group as they move along the southern coast.
Frigate will now continue to follow Ustinov through the English Channel until he leaves the British territorial waters.
This is not the first time this year the Royal Navy has followed Russian warships across the Channel.
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In August, two Russian naval vessels – rocket cruiser Marshal Ustinov and a destroyer against the submarine Severomorsk – fired through the channel into the English Atlantic.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Defense said: "The HMS Diamond Type 45 destroyer blew up two Russian warships overnight as they passed through the English Channel.
"A ship from Portsmouth sailed from Dover to follow the Russian destroyer Severomorsk and the Marshal Ustinov cruiser as they passed through the area of interest in the United Kingdom."
Russian warships are regularly observed on the English Channel, but they have intercepted them without borders and followed the waters of the British Navy.
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