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19 November 2019


Russian missile cruiser pays visit to Equatorial Guinea

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The missile cruiser Marshal Ustinov performing long-distance deployment missions in the Atlantic Ocean made a business call at the port of Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, the Northern Fleet’s press office reported on Friday.

Axar.az reports citing TASS.

"The missile cruiser Marshal Ustinov performing long-distance deployment missions in the central Atlantic has made a business call at the port of Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea situated on the Bioko Island in the Gulf of Guinea," the press office said in a statement.

"The Russian cruiser will stay at the port for several days. Over this time, the Northern Fleet’s sailors will replenish food supplies and make sightseeing tours of the city. Also, a number of protocol meetings of the deployment’s commanding officer and the cruiser’s commander with official representatives of the receiving side has been planned," the statement says.

Upon completing its business call at the port of Malabo, the missile cruiser will meet with the Northern Fleet’s group of support vessels comprising the tanker Vyazma and the rescue tug SB-406, which made a business call at the port of Praia in the Republic of Cabo Verde.

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2019.11.08 / 20:32
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