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VLADIVOSTOK, October 11 (Itar-Tass) - The large anti-submarine ship Admiral Panteleyev of the Russian Pacific Fleet on Friday concluded the visit to the Egyptian port of Bur Safajah and came to the area of its duty in the Mediterranean.
In the Egyptian port, where the ship arrived on October 7, the Russian sailors had time to rest and examine the ship, the Pacific Fleet press service said.
The Admiral Panteleyev left Vladivostok in March at the head of a group of five ships, which are the basis of the Russian Navy's force in the Mediterranean at present.
The missile cruiser Varyag and the tanker Boris Butoma of the Pacific Fleet are on the way in the Indian Ocean to the Gulf of Aden. The ships stayed at the port of Trincomalee in Sri Lanka from October 4 to 8 for rest and technical examination. The cruiser and the tanker left their base on September 18.