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VLADIVOSTOK, December 3. /TASS/. Russia’s Pacific Fleet convoy came back to Russian far eastern port city of Vladivostok after a mission in the south-eastern Pacific on Wednesday, chief of the fleet’s press service Captain First Rank Roman Martov told TASS.
“The naval convoy of large submarine chaser Admiral Vinogradov, tanker Ilim and sea tugboat MB-37 set out from the capital city of the Primorsky territory on October 29, 2014. Main tasks of the far voyage were to provide for naval presence and to show the flag in the south-eastern Pacific,” Martov said.
During the voyage the naval convoy sailed more than eight thousand miles, crossed the equator and had artillery gunfire drills on sea and air targets.