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A detachment of Pacific Fleet ships arrived in the Philippine port of Manila

A detachment of large anti-submarine ships "Admiral Vinogradov", "Admiral Tributs" and an average tanker "Pechenga" arrived on an unofficial visit to the capital of the Philippines, Manilu, on Saturday, the Pacific Fleet (Pacific Fleet) press service reported. The visit to the port will last until 14 June.
Reportedly, during the visit, the commander of the detachment, Captain First Rank Oleg Korolyov, will meet on Saturday with representatives of the naval command of the island state. Also commanders of the ships and the ambassador of the Russian Federation in the Philippines Igor Khovayev will lay a wreath and flowers at the monument to the hero of the Philippines Jose Risalu. Further in the port there will be a ceremony of meeting the ambassador aboard the Admiral Vinogradov. The ships of the detachment will be visited by servicemen of the Navy and the coast guard of the host party.

The expedition of the Pacific Fleet detachment in the Asia-Pacific region lasts from 7 May, the crews carry out training tasks for anti-aircraft and anti-submarine defense, joint maneuvering, communications, and search and rescue. He will also take part in the active part of joint Russian-Chinese maneuvers "Marine interaction - 2018". Earlier, the detachment visited the ports of Kampongsaam (Cambodia) and Sattahip (Thailand). The trek will last more than two months.
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