Russian Flotilla Still Operating Near Japan

Trends of Russian Navy vessels
Around 7:00 am on Tuesday, June 21, 4th year, the Maritime Self-Defense Force announced that one Udaroi class I destroyer,
3 Steregsity-class frigate and 1 Marshall-Nederin-class missile observation support ship
It was confirmed that a total of five ships had traveled northeast through the Tsushima Strait and sailed toward the Sea of ​​Japan.
In addition, these ships will be about 280km southeast of Cape Nagisa (Hokkaido) on Wednesday, June 15th.
Confirmed in the sea area of, around 9:00 am on Thursday, June 16th, about 180 southeast of Inuzaki (Chiba Prefecture)
Go southwest on the km, then around 7:00 pm on Thursday, June 16 and 0 am on Friday, June 17
Around that time, I went southwest in the sea area between Sumijujima and Torishima in the Izu Islands, and then on June 19th.
It is the same as the one that went northwest in the sea area between the main island of Okinawa and Miyakojima around 4 pm (Sun).
The Ministry of Defense and the Self-Defense Forces belong to the 11th Escort Corps of the Maritime Self-Defense Force “Amagiri” (Yokosuka) and the 3rd.
Information was collected and alerted by “Otaka” (Sasebo), who belongs to the missile fleet.
Integrated staff supervision department press release material

Outline of action
: Russian Navy vessels
6/15
Udaroi Class I Destroyer (548, 543)
Steregy Class II Frigate (337)
Stealth class frigate (333, 335, 339)
Marshall Nedellin-class mysile observation support ship
6/16
Udaroi Class I Destroyer (548, 543)
Steregy Class II Frigate (337)
Stealth class frigate (333, 335, 339)
Marshall Nedellin-class mysile observation support ship
6 / 16-17
Udaroi Class I Destroyer (548, 543)
Steregy Class II Frigate (337)
Stealth class frigate (333, 335, 339)
Marshall Nedellin-class mysile observation support ship
6/19
Udaroi Class I Destroyer (548)
Stealth class frigate (333, 335, 339)
Marshall Nedellin-class mysile observation support ship
6/21
Udaroi Class I Destroyer (548)
Stealth class frigate (333, 335, 339)
Marshall Nedellin-class mysile observation support ship

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