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Purported Video of Turkey Redeploying S-400s to Black Sea Coast for Drills Emerges Online

The redeployment comes as Armenia is accusing Turkey of directly taking part in the armed conflict in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. The latter became a source of tension between Yerevan and Baku after the Armenian-populated republic declared independence in the 1990s.

Turkey's S-400 air defence systems, which Ankara obtained from Russia in 2019, have been spotted moving through the city of Samsun, possibly in the direction of Sinop, located on the Black Sea coast, Turkish journalist Ragip Soylu reported. The journalist noted that the Turkish Armed Forces recently published a NOTAM warning saying that the airspace over Sinop will be closed for 10 days between 5 and 16 October for military drills.

Soylu posted a video purportedly showing S-400s moving through the city of Samsun on their way to their destination.

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