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Two Russian border guard ships headed Sunday from the Russian Pacific port of Vladivostok
Two Russian border guard ships the Primorye and the Nevelsk headed Sunday from the Russian Pacific port of Vladivostok for the South Korean port of Pusan on a friendly visit. The press service of the Pacific Regional Border Guard Department of the Russian Federal Security Service told RIA Novosti that the Russian ships had been invited to the Republic of Korea by its National Maritime Police Agency. The visit will begin on Tuesday and end on Friday. The visiting party has on the agenda a historical tour round Pusan and exchange of views on joint prevention of maritime poaching, arms and drugs smuggling. On Wednesday the Russian border guards will take part in a joint Russian-Korean naval antiterrorist exercise. During the exercise the parties will have to jointly liberate a civilian vessel "seized by terrorists." Apart from the two Russian border guard ships, the exercise will involve a naval SOP team, six vessels, two helicopters, and a special Commando task force of South Korea's National Maritime Police Agency - all in all 250 personnel, the press service for Russian Pacific border guards said. The teams will exercise the entire SOP for an antiterrorist operation: reception of the alarm signal, liberation of "hostages", medical care for "the injured", their evacuation from the seized vessel to the rescue ships and then ashore, and extinguishing a fire at the seized vessel on which terrorists had "exploded" a bomb.
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