Southforward.com – Two Russian submarine submarines, Admiral Tributs and Admiral Vinogradov, and a Pechenga tanker docked in Manila on Saturday.
Xinhua page reported on Monday (11/06/2018), At least two Russian destroyer ships will be there for six days.
Russian Navy spokesman Captain Nikolai Voskresensky said the two boats were in Manila waters on an unofficial visit.
“The Pacific Fleet task force comprised of Admiral Tributs and Admiral Vinogradov anti-submarine ships, as well as the Pechenga medium-sized tankers arrived in Manila on an unofficial visit,” he said.
The visit is valid from the 9th to 14th of June. Later the Captain, Oleg Korolev, will meet with the Philippine navy officials.
Each navy is also welcome to visit each fleet of navy fighter there.
Meanwhile, Philippine Navy spokesman Captain Lued Lincuna said the Philippine naval vessels will escort Russian ships around Corregidor Island as a welcome procedure. derek mobil medan / belajar digital marketing
As information, the Admiral Tributs ship is an anti-submarine ship that the West is known as the Udaloy class destroyer, just like the ship Admiral Vinogradov. Both ships are on duty in the Russian Pacific Fleet.