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South Korean Navy ships arrive in Russia’s Vladivostok on visit

December 18, 2014, 10:15 UTC+3 VLADIVOSTOK
The main goal of the visit of the ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer and the ROKS Cheonji combat support ship is to enhance cooperation between the fleets of the two countries
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 the ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer (archive)

the ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer (archive)

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VLADIVOSTOK, December 18. /TASS/. Two South Korea’s Navy ships have arrived in Russia’s port city Vladivostok on a four-day visit, chief of the Russian Pacific Fleet’s press service Captain First Rank Roman Martov said on Thursday.

The main goal of the visit of the ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer and the ROKS Cheonji combat support ship is to enhance cooperation between the fleets of the two countries, Martov said.

The guests are scheduled to meet with the command of the Russian Pacific Fleet and the authorities of the Russian Far Eastern city, as well as South Korean citizens living in the Primorye region. The vessels will be open to the public during the visit.

The South Korean sailors are due to lay wreaths at the Eternal Flame of the Russian Pacific Fleet Battle Honors Memorial and participate in sports competitions with their Russian counterparts.

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