VLADIVOSTOK, July 12. /TASS/. A Pacific Fleet combat squadron has returned to Vladivostok on Thursday after a two-month long-distance voyage, during which it visited ports in Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines and Japan, spokesman for the Pacific Fleet Captain 2nd rank Nikolai Voskresensky said.
"Today, a Pacific Fleet combat squadron consisting of the Admiral Tributs and Admiral Vinogradov large anti-submarine ships and the Pechenga sea tanker under the command of captain 1st rank Oleg Korolyov ended a two-month long-distance voyage and returned to Vladivostok <...> For two months the Pacific Fleet ships performed tasks in the Pacific Rim and made business calls at ports in Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines and Japan," Voskresensky reported.
In Vladivostok, the ships were officially met by commander of the Primorsky Multiple-Type Fleet Forces Rear Admiral Sergei Zhuga.