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Military cooperation of Russian and American seamen in the Pacific Ocean is not aimed against the countries of the Asia Pacific Region
Military cooperation of Russian and American seamen in the Pacific Ocean is not aimed against the countries of the Asia Pacific Region. Joint exercises of Russian and American ships have the goal of suppressing sea piracy and terrorism and rescuing foundering ships, the Russian Pacific Fleet’s chief of staff Vice Admiral Viktor Mardusin and American Rear Admiral Douglas McAneny said at their meeting in Vladivostok on Monday. McAneny commands the destroyer Curtis Wilbur and the submarine tender Frank Cable that arrived in Vladivostok. The admirals discussed the preparation of the joint naval exercises Pacific Eagle that will be held in August. McAneny said it was of note that the exercises would be held within the framework of the 200th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Russia and the US. The Pacific Fleet’s press service said that the US officers met on Monday with cadets of the Pacific Naval Institute. Officers of the Pacific Fleet and their American colleagues will hold a news conference in Vladivostok. The Frank Cable and the Russian landing ship BDK-98 will leave Vladivostok on Thursday on a Sortie of Memory that will finish in La Perouse Strait. The Soviet submarine L-19 and the American submarine Wahoo were destroyed during World War II in this strait that separates Sakhalin from the Japan’s island Hokkaido. The Russian and American seamen will honor their memory.
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