Part of the Russian Pacific Fleet passed the Tsushima Strait

A detachment of ships from the Russian Pacific Fleet consisting of the missile cruiser Varyag, the large anti-submarine ship Admiral Panteleev and the tanker Pechenga, according to the plan of its long-distance cruise, this morning passed the Tsushima Strait heading to the East China Sea.

Tsushima Strait (対馬海峡, Tsushima Kaikyō) or Eastern Channel (동수로 Dongsuro) is a channel of the Korea Strait, which lies between Korea and Japan, connecting the Sea of Japan, the Yellow Sea, and the East China Sea.


In the period from November 10 to 13, one of the carriers of high-precision long-range missiles of the Russian Navy, which is undergoing a series of tests in the north of our country, will fire its main complex from the White Sea training grounds in the direction of the Chizha training ground and the Chesh Bay.

The expected flight range of the product should not exceed 500 kilometers.

It would be very logical if the nuclear-powered submarine Kazan, which is expected in the Northern Fleet, would act as this carrier.