Five NATO ships entered the port of Gdynia
Five ships belonging to the navies of the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Portugal and Poland docked in the Port of Gdynia before 10am on Friday.
According to PAP on Friday, the spokeswoman for the 3rd Kmdr Bolesław Romanowski Battleship Flotilla, kmdr Lt Anna Sech, before 10 a.m. the last, fifth ship, which arrived on a working visit, was entering the Port of Gdynia.
– The vessels will replenish their supplies and sail out of the port of Gdynia on 30 May, Sech added.
The ships that have arrived in Gdynia form the so-called Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1).
The Polish missile frigate ORP Gen. T. Kościuszko and the Spanish missile frigate ESPS Alvaro De Bazan stood in the Gdynia Naval Port.
The German frigate FGS Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and the Portuguese frigate NRP Bartolomeu Dias were moored at the French Quay.
The Dutch rocket frigate HNLMS Van Amstel moored all the way at the US quay.
Welcome to 🇵🇱 @COM_SNMG1🤝
Do @MiastoGdynia z wizytą roboczą wszedł Stały Zespół Okrętów NATO Grupa 1 w składzie:
🇩🇪 FGS Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
🇵🇹 NRP Bartolomeu Dias
🇳🇱 HNLMS Van Amstel
🇵🇱 ORP Gen. T. Kościuszko
🇪🇸 ESPS Alvaro De Bazan@DGeneralneRSZ @DowOperSZ @MON_GOV_PL pic.twitter.com/DHqIcRyDfO
— Marynarka Wojenna RP/ Polish Navy (@MarWojRP) May 26, 2023