The Royal Moroccan Navy attends a training in Hamburg and Lisbon

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The Royal Moroccan Navy's frigate Hassan II./ Ph. DR

Around 200 Moroccan Royal Navy soldiers are currently in Hamburg, a city in northern Germany, to attend a training. According to German online newspaper Kieler Nachrichten, these soldiers traveled via frigate Hassan II and corvette Allal Ben Abdellah.  

«Built in 2003, the first vessel is 93 meters long and was designed for maritime surveillance», the same source said, adding that Allal Ben Abdellah corvette is «more modern». The warship is 97 meters long and is part of the Sigma class 9813 of the Damen Dutch Shipyard.

«The two Moroccan ships are in a training in Europe and have already visited Vlissingen in the Netherlands and Bordeaux in France. From Hamburg, the two ships will be going to Lisbon Monday morning», the same source said.

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