Corvette Stoyky of the Baltic Fleet, performing the tasks of a long voyage, enters the Cypriot port of Limassol to replenish stocks
Corvette Stoyky of the Baltic Fleet, performing the tasks of a long voyage, enters the Cypriot port of Limassol to replenish stocks. The visit plan provides for the replenishment of ship stocks to the required standards.
Russian sailors will also have the opportunity to visit local attractions and relax on the shore. The call to Limassol is the second in a row since the beginning of the long voyage of the Baltic Fleet ship. After the completion of the call, the corvette and the tanker will continue to perform tasks as intended as part of the permanent task force of the Russian Navy in the Mediterranean Sea.
On the warship and ships of the detachment are anti-terror groups from the Baltic Fleet marines. In addition, corvette Stoikii carries on board the Ka-27 deck helicopter.
A detachment of ships of the Baltic Fleet consisting of the corvette Stoyky, 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.