Missile-Cruiser USS Vella Gulf Returns To Black Sea To “Promote Peace And Stability”

US Missile-Cruiser Returns To Black Sea To “Promote Peace And Stability” (ZeroHedge, Aug 6, 2014):

The last time the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Vella Gulf (CG 72) crossed the Bosphorus was three weeks ago to depart the Black Sea, following the end of the Bulgaria-led NATO exercise Breeze 2014. Back then, the departure of the cruiser left no American ship in the Black Sea but the numbers of NATO ships have been on the rise since March. Ahead of Vella Gulf’s departure, there were nine NATO ships in the Black Sea on July 9, according to Russian state news service RIA Novosti. So following a rest in the Mediterranean and as a result of the most recent deterioration in second Cold War, the USS Vella Gulf has re-entered the Black Sea, the ship’s third trip to the Black Sea. The reason: “to promote peace and stability in the region.”

 

1 thought on “Missile-Cruiser USS Vella Gulf Returns To Black Sea To “Promote Peace And Stability”

  1. Weapons to promote peace? Where is George Orwell? This is too Orwellian for words.
    Utter madness, thanks to the greedy guts who have no country, no allegiance to anything but profit. They have the US by the throat, are Russians going to fall under them as well?

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