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Russian Navy ships and a destroyer of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force practiced joint maneuvers during piracy drills in the Arabian Sea, the press office of the Baltic Fleet of Russia reported Tuesday.
“A group of Baltic Fleet combat ships comprising the Yaroslav Mudry guard, the Yelnya tanker and the Viktor Konetsky marine tugboat, and also the Harusame destroyer of the Maritime Self-Defense Force of Japan practiced joint maneuvering elements, using, in particular, “Intermittent signal communications at night, and the exchange of information between ships at night,” the press office said in a statement.
In addition, an information session was held for representatives of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force aboard the Russian guard ship Yaroslav Mudry. During the briefing, the Russian and Japanese parties specified and agreed on the action plan. In addition, Japanese sailors saw the Russian ship’s helipad and its aviation checkpoint and guide to continue practicing the helicopter exchange episode, according to the statement.
As part of the joint naval maneuvers in the Arabian Sea, the Russian Navy Guard ship and the Japanese destroyer carried out an operation to release a ship captured by pirates, the Baltic Fleet reported. “The Baltic fleet tanker Yelnya simulated the pirate ship and its crew, the pirates,” the press office issued a statement.
Under the scenario of the drills, groups to free the ship and render harmless to the notional pirates surrounded the seized ship. The Japanese destroyer Harusame and the Russian guard ship Yaroslav Mudry assumed positions to provide fire support to the assault groups.
After suppressing hostile fire, Russian and Japanese anti-terrorist groups stormed the tanker and left the pirates harmless. Later, the Baltic Fleet Marine Corps and the Japanese sailors jointly inspected the ship released from the pirates.
Russian and Japanese sailors will also fire joint shots of large-caliber artillery cannons and machine guns at a marine target set by the crew of the Viktor Konetsky maritime tugboat, another Russian ship participating in the exercises. For their part, naval aviation helicopters will make cross flights from Russian and Japanese ships with landing on the decks.
Ships of the Russian Navy and the destroyer of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force began their anti-piracy exercises in the Arabian Sea on January 20. In one of the areas of the Arabian Sea, they will practice inspecting and releasing a ship captured by pirates and landing on ship decks.
The Russian Baltic fleet and the Japanese navy are performing joint exercises for the first time.
The Yaroslav Mudry guard, the Yelnya tanker and the Viktor Konetsky marine tugboat embarked on long-distance deployment from the main naval base of the Baltiysk Baltic Fleet in the westernmost Kaliningrad region on October 1 and departed for the Indian Ocean.
In December, warships participated in the naval phase of the Indra 2019 exercises between Russia and India and in the naval maneuvers of the Russia-China-Iran Maritime Safety Belt.