The Yugoslav frigate Split or VPBR-31 Split, often called destroyer Split is the name for an anti-submarine warfare frigate built as a Koni class frigate by the Soviet Union in 1976, and upgraded to the Kotor class frigate between 1985 and 1986 by SFR Yugoslavia. In the prelude to the Battle of the Dalmatian channels, this ship bombarded the city of Split on November 15, 1991. With the changing political situation in Yugoslavia the ship was renamed into Beograd.

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  • The Yugoslav frigate Split or VPBR-31 Split, often called destroyer Split is the name for an anti-submarine warfare frigate built as a Koni class frigate by the Soviet Union in 1976, and upgraded to the Kotor class frigate between 1985 and 1986 by SFR Yugoslavia. In the prelude to the Battle of the Dalmatian channels, this ship bombarded the city of Split on November 15, 1991. With the changing political situation in Yugoslavia the ship was renamed into Beograd. As of 2009, she was also referred to as RF-31. She was offered to Egypt and valued at 3.2 million euros.
  • Split (pennant number VPBR-31) was a Koni-class frigate acquired by the Yugoslav Navy (JRM) in 1980. Designated as large patrol boats with anti-submarine warfare and air defence capabilities, both Split and its sister ship Koper were eventually armed with launchers for four P-20 anti-ship missiles making them one of the best armed ships in the navy's inventory at the time.During the Croatian War of Independence Split took part in the Battle of the Dalmatian Channels where it was noted for shelling the city of Split after which it was named. With the withdrawal of Yugoslav Navy forces from Croatian territorial waters, Split, along with most of the fleets ships, was relocated to Montenegro. During the 1990s, it was redesignated as RF-31 Beograd.The ship was decommissioned sometime around 2001. After attempts to sell it were unsuccessful, it was sold for scrap and broken up in 2013.
  • Split (pennant number VPBR-31) was a Koni-class frigate acquired by the Yugoslav Navy (JRM) in 1980. Designated as large patrol boats with anti-submarine warfare and air defence capabilities, both Split and its sister ship Koper were eventually armed with launchers for four P-20 anti-ship missiles making them one of the best armed ships in the navy's inventory at the time.During the Croatian War of Independence Split took part in the Battle of the Dalmatian Channels where it was noted for shelling the city of Split after which it was named. With the withdrawal of Yugoslav Navy forces from Croatian territorial waters, Split, along with most of the fleets ships, was relocated to Montenegro. During the 1990s, it was redesignated as RF-31 and possibly renamed Beograd. The ship was decommissioned sometime between 2001 and 2005. After attempts to sell it were unsuccessful, it was sold for scrap and broken up in 2013.
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  • The Yugoslav frigate Split or VPBR-31 Split, often called destroyer Split is the name for an anti-submarine warfare frigate built as a Koni class frigate by the Soviet Union in 1976, and upgraded to the Kotor class frigate between 1985 and 1986 by SFR Yugoslavia. In the prelude to the Battle of the Dalmatian channels, this ship bombarded the city of Split on November 15, 1991. With the changing political situation in Yugoslavia the ship was renamed into Beograd.
  • Split (pennant number VPBR-31) was a Koni-class frigate acquired by the Yugoslav Navy (JRM) in 1980.
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