New Ships of Pacific Fleet to Be Used in Arctic

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The ships coming into the auxiliary forces of the Kamchatka group of Pacific Fleet will be actively used for operations in the Arctic region.

This was reported to Interfax-AVN on Thursday, by the head of the department of information support of the Pacific Fleet Captain 1st Rank Roman Martov.

“In the second week of December the Pacific Fleet will include two special vessels. The flag of St. Andrew will be run over raid tugs “RB-406″ and “RB-407″ of auxiliary forces of the Kamchatka group,” R.Martov said.

According to him, only in 2014, the Pacific Fleet received 12 new ships of various classes. At the beginning of the year it was received the first batch of six multipurpose tug boats for auxiliary fleet.

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