The Italian missile destroyer Luigi Durand de la Penne arrived at the Port of Odessa, the Black Sea, where it will be anchored for three days, footage released on Monday shows. On board the destroyer were 88 cadets of the Academy of the Italian Navy who will undergo a practical training programme on navigating and safety operations. The cadets are also set to meet with Ukrainian military sailors... Еще at the Ukrainian Navy headquarters and then later take part in a friendly football match with their Ukrainian peers. Luigi Durand de la Monde was first launched by the Navy of the Italian Republic under the name 'Animos', however the missile destroyer was later renamed after a World War II Italian naval driver. The ship is 147 metres (482ft) in length, 16 metres (52ft) in width and has a maximum speed of 31 knots. The destroyer is equipped with anti-aircraft and anti-ship mounts, artillery mounts and two hangars for helicopters.