Warships leave for the open sea

Six NATO warships that were moored on the Tyne have left for the open seas.

They arrived on the river on Friday to take a break from training exercises in the North Sea.

The command and control vessel from the Belgian Navy - and five mine-hunters - were moored at Spillars Wharf and open to the public over the weekend.

Six NATO warships moored on the Tyne have left for open sea
Six NATO warships moored on the Tyne have left for open sea Credit: ITV

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