August 15, 2018 (Google Translation) – The guard ship Yaroslav Mudriy, the Baltic Fleet, being on counter-piracy mission in the Gulf of Aden, sailed to the Red Sea to make a call at the port of Sudan (the Republic of Sudan).
During the visit, the Russian ship crew will replenish supplies of water and food. Some seamen will spend time on the shore. Besides, during the 3-day call, seamen are to do regular maintenance and check the ship.
Yaroslav Muriy left Baltiysk on April 15. Its main goal during the long-distant mission is to demonstrate the Naval Ensign, fulfill tasks in accordance with combat training and ensuring maritime safety in the Gulf of Aden and Horn of Africa.