Eighth Pacific Fleet detachment completed the anti-piracy watch in the

Gulf of Aden

Troop ships of the Pacific Fleet as part of a large anti-submarine ship "Marshal Shaposhnikov", medium sea tanker "Irkut" and salvage tug "Alatau" completed the anti-piracy watch in the Gulf of Aden and headed for home base — the port of Vladivostok.

In order to demonstrate the flag of St. Andrew on March 26 Russian ships will arrive in the Malaysian island of Langkawi during the international exhibition of equipment and weapons, "Lima in 2013." The visit will last until March 30.

The last point of call Pacific Fleet from 14 to 18 April will be the South Korean port of Busan.

Returning squad Vladivostok is scheduled for late April 2013.

In carrying out the tasks of combat duty in international activities at the end of 2012 the ships docked at the port of Mumbai, where they held a joint Russian-Indian exercise "Indra-2012", as well as to replenish the stocks were in the Iranian port of Bandar-e-Abbas .

In February 2013 BOD "Marshal Shaposhnikov" visited the Republic of Seychelles and for the first time in the history of Russia went on a business trip to the port of Dar es Salaam United Republic of Tanzania, where he held a conspicuous anti-piracy doctrine for Tanzanian colleagues.

On the report of the commander of the Rear-Admiral Vladimir Vdovenco material and technical part of the ships operating in the normal mode. The personnel of the healthy and ready to perform assigned tasks.

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