Danish army said they spotted an Iranian destroyer and a large support vessel sailing in the Baltic Sea, supposed to be heading to Russia for a military parade in the coming days.
The the ministry Danish Defense released photographs on Thursdays line of the Royal Danish Air Force of the new Iranian nation-built destroyer Sahand and the intelligence vessel Makran passing through the Danish island of Bornholm.
"They are expected to be on their way to the annual St. Petersburg naval parade " the army wrote Danish on Twitter.
Ear bind Thursday, Iranian official news agency IRNA reported that Iranian Navy Commander Adm Hossein Khanzadi will join at the Russian naval parade in St. Petersburg after receiving an invitation from the Russian Defense Minister.
IRNA also said the Sahand would join the parade "if the programs planned by Russia are in line with the plans of the Iranian fleet ".
The naval parade should havetook place on Sunday, according to Russian state media.
The two ships left the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas in May. Images from Maxar Technologies dated April 28 appear to show seven Iranian rapid attack devices typically associated with its paramilitary Revolutionary Guards on the Makran Bridge.
Danish military photos showed the seven ships covered and sick aboard the Makran on Thursday. The rapid attack devices aboard the Makran are of the type that the Revolutionary Guards use in their encounters with American warships in the Persian Gulf and its narrow mouth, the Strait of Hormuz.
The Politico website first reported in late May, citing anonymous officials, that the body of the ships the final destination can beVenezuela . However, it appears that the ships instead rounded the African Cape of Good Hope and continued north on an unusually long voyage.