Russian guided-missile cruiser Varyag and RFS Pechenga have arrived at Port of Busan, South Korea today

The call at the port of South Korea’s Naval Operations Command by the guided-missile cruiser Varyag and the tanker Pechenga, both 11,000-ton vessels, was the second this year to be made by Russian warships.

The two vessels will stay in Busan for four days, with crew members to take part in exchange and volunteer activities with their South Korean counterparts.

Source: Yonhap

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