RF Navy’s missile ship Vyshny Volochyok is on her way to Sevastopol after a mission in Mediterranean Sea
The newest small-size missile ship of the Black Sea Fleet Vyshny Volochyok has completed the tasks as part of the Russian Navy's permanent grouping in the Mediterranean Sea. She is heading now to its home base - the hero-city of Sevastopol.
At present the ship is sailing through the Straits of Bosphorous and Dardanelles.
Directly in the Mediterranean Sea, Vyshny Volochyok took part in an inter-fleet exercise led by Admiral Vladimir Korolev, the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy.
Moreover, the ship conducted a complex of various exercises to practise countering single ship and a group of ships with artillery firing at surface and air targets.
The missile ship of the Black Sea Fleet Vyshniy Volochyok performed tasks as part of the permanent grouping of the Russian Navy in the Mediterranean since August 2018.