Pacific Fleet Task Unit Arrives in Gulf of Aden to Keep Anti-Piracy Watch

first_img View post tag: fleet Share this article View post tag: Anti-Piracy Pacific Fleet (PF) task unit consisting of large ASW ship Admiral Tributs, tanker Pechenga, and seagoing tug MB-37 has arrived in the Gulf of Aden to keep anti-piracy watch.PF naval mariners headed by Capt 1 rank Ildar Akhmerov will spend several months maintaining maritime security near the Horn of Africa.All ships of the task unit have PF marines on board specially trained for anti-piracy mission.According to Capt 1 rank Ildar Akhmerov, most of servicemen have already had anti-piracy experience in the Gulf of Aden, including release of captured ships. Systems and armament operates normally. Crewmen conduct scheduled maintenance of all ship-board systems, feel well and are ready to accomplish assigned mission.The task unit will start forming the first convoy on Jan 15, 2012. Till that time PF servicemen will conduct counter-terror drills.Six PF task units earlier deployed off African coast have successfully executed anti-piracy mission in the Gulf of Aden.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , January 13, 2012 View post tag: Navy View post tag: Gulf View post tag: Arrives View post tag: Unit View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Navalcenter_img View post tag: keep Back to overview,Home naval-today Pacific Fleet Task Unit Arrives in Gulf of Aden to Keep Anti-Piracy Watch View post tag: Task View post tag: Pacific Pacific Fleet Task Unit Arrives in Gulf of Aden to Keep Anti-Piracy Watch January 13, 2012 View post tag: Watch View post tag: Adenlast_img read more

Bozinovic: Self-isolation is being abolished for those entering BiH

first_img“We are in the stage of dancing with the virus, we analyze on a daily basis. The EU is likely to come up with recommendations, these talks are ongoing today. We are likely to liberalize the border crossing regime to some extent when it comes to EU citizens and our neighboring countries. This will mean entering the Republic of Croatia in a way that all those who enter adhere to epidemiological measures, would no longer mean the obligation of self-isolation for those who come from BiH. I expect it tomorrow at the latest. “, said Bozinovic. Minister of the Interior and Head of the National Civil Protection Headquarters Davor Bozinovic announced today the opening of borders towards Bosnia and Herzegovina, ie the abolition of mandatory two-week self-isolation for those coming from BiH, and the decision should be made tomorrow, reports Index.hr Source: Index.hrlast_img read more