The ships of the Baltic Fleet completed the passage through the Suez Canal
The Baltic Fleet corvette Stoyky and the tanker Kola, performing the tasks of a long-distance campaign, completed the passage of the Suez Canal.
Currently, the Russian warship and tanker have set a course for the port of Tartus (Syria), where in the coming days they will replenish water and food supplies to the required standards, as well as carry out scheduled preventive inspections of ships and rest of the crews.
The crew of the corvette Stoyky worked out several dozen exercises of various directions in the Indian Ocean. The detachment of ships made business calls in the ports of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Sultanate of Oman. The ship's servicemen conducted anti-aircraft and anti-submarine defence maneuvers, and anti-terror groups worked out anti-piracy exercises.
While in the Red Sea, a detachment of ships made their first business call at the Port of Sudan.
Detachment of ships of the Baltic Fleet consisting of the corvette Stoiky, the medium sea tanker "Kola" and the sea tug Yakov Grebelsky went to sea from the permanent base of the city of Baltiysk to perform the planned tasks of a long-distance campaign on December 16, 2020.