Russia’s Pacific drills that involve 167 warships, 89 aircraft and 25,000 troops enter final stage
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An inspection of the Russian Pacific Fleet’s combat readiness has entered its final stage, the Russian military reported on Tuesday.
The Russian Defense Ministry released video showing nuclear submarines departing their base in Kamchatka in order to be deployed at specified locations in the Pacific.
Video also showed two Tu-95MS strategic bombers performing a flight over neutral waters of the Bering Sea and the Sea of Okhotsk, the military said.
In the Sea of Japan the Russian Pacific Fleet conducted a missile and artillery exercise, the ministry said.
The drills that began on Friday involve 167 warships, including 12 submarines, 89 aircraft, and 25,000 troops.