Russian ASW destroyer, Vice-Admiral Kulakov enters Norwegian Sea

The Russian Navy’s Udaloy-class anti-submarine warfare (ASW) destroyer, Vice-Admiral Kulakov has entered the Norwegian Sea.

The ship is to arrive in Severomorsk, the main administrative base of the Russian Northern Fleet, in a few days and completes the long-range deployment to the Indian and Atlantic Oceans that lasted for three months.

Within the trip, the ship has visited ports of Limasol (Cyprus), Salala (Oman), Alexandria (Egypt), and Lisbon (Portugal).

Vice-Admiral Kulakov is a Udaloy-class destroyer of the Russian Navy. She was commissioned in 1982 and was in service with the Northern Fleet.

Russian MOD

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