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The ships of the Pacific Fleet and the Navy of Brunei conducted a joint exercise

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Pacific warship squad fleet and the ships of the Navy of Brunei held a joint Passex drill on Tuesday, reports Interfax-AVN Post press service of Pacific Fleet.




During the exercise, "the tasks of organizing communications, exchanging information and jointly maneuvering were practiced," the release says.

It is reported that "before the maneuvers, a detachment of warships (OBK) of the Pacific Fleet, consisting of large anti-submarine ships Admiral Vinogradov, Admiral Panteleyev, and tanker Boris Butoma, left the port of Moire, where he was on a five-day visit."

“During this time, the detachment command has met with representatives of the top military and political leadership of Brunei, the diplomatic corps of foreign countries. The sailors of the Pacific Fleet familiarized themselves with local sights, held a friendly football match with Brunei sailors, ”the press service said.

On the fifteenth of October the ships opened for visits. More than 2's thousand people visited them per day.

In addition, a joint training exercise of the anti-sabotage training center of the Special Operations Command of the Pacific Fleet with the servicemen of the Brunei Special Forces unit was held.

The detachment of ships left Vladivostok on October 2. The hike will last around 4's months. The main goal of the campaign is “a demonstration of the St. Andrew’s flag in the Asia-Pacific Region (APR) and the further development of naval cooperation with the APR countries,” the press service noted.
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  1. Herculesic
    Herculesic 17 October 2017 16: 40 New
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    And which ships would be from Brunei? What kind of fleet do they have? ??
  2. Berber
    Berber 17 October 2017 16: 57 New
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    Essentially a flag demonstration.
    1. LAWNER
      LAWNER 17 October 2017 18: 00 New
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      Yes, our ships came to Brunei on a friendship visit. And they have a small fleet, in my opinion they sold three corvettes without taking Indonesia). Then they bought three patrol ships and four patrol boats from the Germans. A very rich state, but without the ambitions of the regional Hegemon)
  3. kind
    kind 17 October 2017 17: 55 New
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    Quote: Herkulesich
    And which ships would be from Brunei? What kind of fleet do they have? ??

    Friendship of Peoples! They are pleased that such a power paid attention. I think that it is not in vain.
  4. Eurodav
    Eurodav 17 October 2017 20: 21 New
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    Quote: Good
    Quote: Herkulesich
    And which ships would be from Brunei? What kind of fleet do they have? ??

    Friendship of Peoples! They are pleased that such a power paid attention. I think that it is not in vain.

    Of course not in vain! We don’t get them, they don’t crap us, why not make friends! And then all of a sudden they will find oil on the shelf, Euro-Americans will come, and there is a healthy, big Russian ... flag! What did you think? But like your train of thought!
  5. stolz
    stolz 17 October 2017 21: 59 New
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    The detachment of ships left Vladivostok on October 2. The hike will last around 4's months. The main goal of the campaign is “a demonstration of the St. Andrew’s flag in the Asia-Pacific Region (APR) and the further development of naval cooperation with the APR countries,” the press service noted.

    I am not a sailor and probably do not understand something: but why go on the sea for four months for such dubious purposes?