Western and Russian warships have been in close proximity in the eastern Mediterranean, where both sides are assisting partners fighting in Syria. Both sides have used it as an opportunity to keep tabs on each other, studying their adversary's capabilities and tactics. Russian attack submarine Krasnodar left the Baltic Sea in early May, heading to the eastern Mediterranean, according to The Wall Street Journal. It was tracked along the way by NATO ships, including by a Dutch frigate that took a photo of the sub in the North Sea. The cat-and-mouse game continued in the eastern Mediterranean throughout the summer.

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