Big antisubmarine ship Vice Admiral Kulakov leaves Mediterranean
MOSCOW. Nov 5 (Interfax-AVN) - The Northern fleet big anti-submarine ship Vice Admiral Kulakov has completed its mission in the permanent unit of the Russian Navy in the Mediterranean, Northern fleet representative Capt. 1st rank Vadim Serga told Interfax-AVN on Friday.
"The ship has entered the Atlantic Ocean through the Gibraltar Strait today," he said.
It took the ship several hours to pass through the strait. It took place at nighttime.
In the course of the past few weeks, the big anti-submarine ship Vice Admiral Kulakov was on a long-range mission training the crew in the Mediterranean.
The Russian ship left Severomorsk, the main base of the northern fleet, in late June.
In the course of its mission, the Russian ship covered over 17,000 nautical miles, making business calls to the ports of Limassol Cyprus, Salalah, Oman, and Alexandria, Egypt.