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Russia to receive “Mistrals” in two years
14:48 13.10.2012
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Russian Pacific Ocean Fleet will receive “Mistral” type amphibious helicopter carrier in 2014-2015 years. Information about it was declared by the Russian military-Navy planning director, Vasil Liashko.

“Amphibious helicopter carriers were named – “Vladivostok” and “Sevostopol”. It is known that the first ship will be received in 2014 and the second in 2015”, - Liashko said and added that this is a new type ships for the Russian military-marine sea fleet. 

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