Saturday, February 24, 2024

Russian warship detachment of the Pacific Fleet finished its visit to the Kingdom of Thailand

Russian warship detachment of the Pacific Fleet finished its visit to the Sattahip port of the Kingdom of Thailand.

In course of the visit, command staff of the Russian ship detachment held meetings with representatives of the Navy of Thailand and the city authorities.

Crews of Admiral Tributs major anti-submarine ship and Boris Butoma large tanker replenished their storages. The servicemen had a rest and saw the sights.


The ship detachment has been operating in the sea since October. The ships carried out combat tasks in the Pacific and Indian Oceans, and took part in the Indo Defence Expo & Forum 2016.

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