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MOSCOW, November 2. /TASS/. The Russian Northern Fleet’s Vice-Admiral Kulakov submarine chaser has passed through the English Channel and entered the Bay of Biscay, the chief of the fleet’s press-service Captain 1st Class Vadim Serga has said.
"The Northern Fleet’s The Vice-Admiral Kulakov submarine chaser is currently on a long voyage. By now it has passed through the English Channel and entered the Bay of Biscay. A present the ship is moving along the coast of Spain in international waters," Serga said.
The crew are busy with routine combat training, including rescue operations and measures to maintain the ship’s survivability.
The Vice-Admiral Kulakov set out on a voyage on October 23. It has sailed 2,600 miles so far.