The USS Carney, a guided missile destroyer in the United States, entered the Black Sea to conduct maritime security operations, the US Navy Sixth Fleet reported in a statement.
“The guided missile destroyer Arleigh Burke USS Carney (DDG 64) entered the Black Sea on August 12 to conduct maritime security operations and improve capacity and interoperability with partners and partners in the region. The Black Sea is intended to improve maritime security and stability, and combined preparedness and naval capacity with allies and partners of the Black Sea, “reads the statement, issued late on Sunday.
Commander. Tyson Young, the commander of Carney, said in the statement that the arrival of the ship to the Black Sea showed the commitment of the United States to maintain security in the region.
The destroyer entered the Black Sea for the first time in January when he participated in joint drills with the Ukrainian Navy.
In May, a flotilla of warships from the NATO Two Permanent Maritime Group sailed to the Black Sea in what the Nato naval command described as part of a continuing effort to improve regional stability. The group included the frigate of the Spanish Navy SPS Victoria, the frigate of the Turkish Navy TCG Gemlik, the frigate of the German Navy FGS Bayern, as well as several smaller ships, all directed by the British guided missile destroyer HMS Duncan.