A detachment of ships of the Baltic Fleet called at the Syrian port of Tartus on the way to the Indian ocean
A detachment of Baltic Fleet ships consisting of guard ship Yaroslav Mudriy, the sea tug boat Viktor Konetskiy and the tanker Yelnya carrying out long-range planned missions, made a call at the port Tartus, Syria.
On the eve of the call at the Syrian port, a detachment of ships conducted training in navigation in conditions of intensive shipping. Also, command point crews worked out detection and tracing of a mock enemy submarine.
During the sea passage from the Baltic to the Mediterranean Sea, ships covered more than 7 thousand nautical miles.
On the warship and ships of the detachment are anti-terror groups from the Baltic Fleet marines. In addition, "Yaroslav Mudry" carries on board the Ka-27 deck helicopter.
A detachment of ships consisting left Baltiysk on October 1 and headed for the Indian Ocean.