The Russian Baltic Fleet held troops in the North Atlantic.

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 The Russian Baltic Fleet held troops in the North Atlantic.


The news said two warships that were carrying out the voyage mission were set up in the North Atlantic planning site and carried out exercises and training, including air defense, anti ship, anti submarine and communications. The Jaroslav frigate launched the Uranus anti - ship missile, hitting the imaginary target at sea, and the Lena oil tanker also made supplies. After the end of the military exercise, the warship continued to carry out its long voyage according to the plan. According to the introduction, the Jaroslav frigate and the Lena oil ship formation started on 15 day of this month from the Baltic SK military port in Kaliningrad, Russia, sailing to the Mediterranean to carry out regular rotation. The Minsk landing ship left the Baltic port in October 4, 2017 to travel to the Mediterranean to carry out regular rotation missions, and is now being stationed in the sik Bay. Source: Xinhua editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 The news said two warships that were carrying out the voyage mission were set up in the North Atlantic planning site and carried out exercises and training, including air defense, anti ship, anti submarine and communications. The Jaroslav frigate launched the Uranus anti - ship missile, hitting the imaginary target at sea, and the Lena oil tanker also made supplies. After the end of the military exercise, the warship continued to carry out its long voyage according to the plan. According to the introduction, the Jaroslav frigate and the Lena oil ship formation started on 15 day of this month from the Baltic SK military port in Kaliningrad, Russia, sailing to the Mediterranean to carry out regular rotation. The Minsk landing ship left the Baltic port in October 4, 2017 to travel to the Mediterranean to carry out regular rotation missions, and is now being stationed in the sik Bay.