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Ukrainian C2 ship Slavutich called at Romanian port Constanta

Ukrainian C2 ship Slavutich called at Romanian port Constanta 26.04.2010
Text: Ukrainian Navy Press Center
Photo: C2 ship Slavutich. korabli.ucoz.ru
On Apr 23 Ukrainian command and control (C2) ship Slavutich visited the port of Constanta (Romania) along with BLACKSEAFOR ships.

During the cruise Slavutich carried out a number of drills under activation program of BLACKSEAFOR international naval force.

As it is planned, during the port call BLACKSEAFOR ships' commanders will pay social visits to the city mayor and senior naval officer of Constanta port; and sum up the current activation. Leisure time activities and sightseeing tour are provided for the crew.

On Apr 27 when BLACKSEAFOR activation is over, Slavutich will sail off Romanian port Constanta and head for Sevastopol; the ship is expected to arrive on Apr 29.

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