|Iranian Navy’s 30th Fleet returns home||
TEHRAN – Iran’s 30th Navy Fleet returned to the country after its mission was accomplished.
The fleet, comprised of Alvand destroyer and Bushehr logistic warship, was dispatched in late April, the Fars news agency reported on Saturday.
The fleet conducted its 100-day mission successfully and docked in Iran’s southern port city of Bandar Abbas.
During its mission, the fleet had been in the Indian Ocean, the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea and passed the Equator and also made stops at Sudan, Dar es Salaam and Salalah ports.
The fleet has set record of the longest mission to the open seas.
Iran’s 31th navy fleet, comprised of the Shaheed Bayandor destroyer and the Bandar Abbas warship, has been sent to the open seas to replace the Navy’s 30th Fleet.
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