Russian naval vessels visit Da Nang

Three ships from the Russian Navy’s Pacific Fleet, the Bystry destroyer, Boris Butoma tanker and Altay tugboat, recently docked at Tien Sa port in Da Nang, Vietnam. The visit, which started on January 6th and will last for four days, is expected to strengthen the defense cooperation between Russia and Vietnam, particularly between their two navies.

Here are some key takeaways:

  • Three Russian Pacific Fleet ships visit Da Nang, Vietnam.
  • Rear Admiral Yurevich leads delegation, welcomed by Vietnamese defense officials.
  • Visit aimed at strengthening defense cooperation and promoting bilateral relations.

Arrival and Welcoming of the Russian Delegation

Rear Admiral Yuldashev Aleksandr Yurevich headed the Russian delegation and was welcomed by representatives from the Vietnamese Ministry of National Defense, the Naval Region 3 Command, the Da Nang Military Command and the Border Guard Command, and the Russian Consulate General in Da Nang.

Purpose of the Visit

During the visit, the Russian naval force will meet with city officials, lay a wreath at the Monument for Heroic Martyrs, participate in sports exchanges with the Naval Region 3 Command and visit various landmarks in Da Nang.

This visit is a testament to the growing relationship between the two countries and serves as a stepping stone for further cooperation in the defense sector. The Russian Navy’s visit to Da Nang will contribute to the continued promotion of bilateral relations between Russia and Vietnam.

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