Large destroyer Severomorsk operates in eastern part of Mediterranean Sea after resupply in Cyprus
The large anti-submarine ship Severomorsk has resupplied her stocks in the Limassol seaport, the Republic of Cyprus to continue her mission in the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea.
During the business call at Cyprus the military went ashore and visited Limassol. The Russian seamen resupplied petrol, drinking water and food stocks according to regulations.
In the Mediterranean Sea the crew of the Russian ship operates according to the plan of the long-distance voyage. The Northern Fleet seamen improve their skills and regularly conduct the anti-submarine and anti-aircraft defence trainings. At present the crew performs the anti-submarine search in the specified area.
The Severomorsk have passed more than 6,000 nautical miles since the ship left the Black Sea Fleet main naval base, Sevastopol.
During the first stage of his long-distance voyage, which began on July 5 last year, the major anti-submarine ship Severomorsk have covered more than 30,000 nautical miles, performed a number of military-diplomatic tasks and visited the ports: Algiers, Victoria, Pemba, Antsiranana and Djibouti. She also participated in the Arabian Monsoon 2018 international Russian-Pakistani counter-piracy exercise.