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MOSCOW, April 3. /TASS/. US destroyer Jayson Dunham has entered the water area of the Black Sea, at source at the Main Staff of the Russian Navy told TASS.
"The destroyer has traversed the Strait of Bosporus and has entered the Black Sea," he said.
The ship’s forthcoming entry of the sea was announced by the US 6th Fleet on Thursday, April 2.
"The ship’s presence in the Black Sea demonstrates the United States’ commitment to working closely with allies to enhance maritime security and stability, readiness, and naval capability; and our commitment to promote peace and stability to our NATO allies in the region," the statement said, adding that the destroyer would join the naval forces involved in Operation Atlantic Resolve.