October 20, British media reported on the approaching ships of the Russian Navy to the coast of Scotland.
“Sailors of the Royal Navy monitor threatening movement of Russian ships off the coast of Scotland,” reports The Sun’s article on Putin's military fleet approaching the waters of the English Channel.
According to the publication, the bombers Su-27 have conducted training flights from the only Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov in the area of the Orkney Islands.
The paper published photos of the Russian ship in the North Sea.
“Definitely, the Russian sailors headed for the passage of the Strait of Dover,” The Daily Mail quotes the representative of the Ministry of Defence of the United Kingdom.
The publication also reports on NATO ships, which track the movement of Russian Navy ships.
In the evening on October 18, Norwegian sailors recorded ships of the Russian Navy, going to Syria. The Russian fleet was a few hundred miles west of the Norwegian city of Trondheim.