Date: 7 months ago   Category: Russia

The Russian rocket carriers departed from Venezuela


Planes under names Nikolay Kuznetsov and Vasily Reshetnikov fly a course to the northeast over the Atlantic Ocean. Two strategic Tu-160 bombers of Russian Aerospace Forces took off from Venezuela, having headed for base in Russia. Interfax on Friday, December 14 reports about it, with reference to monitoring data of the western aviation resources. According to them, rocket carriers with board numbers RF-94100 and RF-94102 and names Nikolay Kuznetsov and Vasily Reshetnikov fly a course to the northeast over international waters of Atlantic. Let's remind, on December 10 from Russia to Venezuela there arrived two strategic Tu-160 rocket carriers, the heavy military transport An-124 plane and the long-haul Il-62 plane of Russian Aerospace Forces. Their route lay over water areas of the Atlantic Ocean, the Barents, Norwegian and Caribbean seas. The Russian Defense Ministry called flight of planes on 10 thousand kilometers "unprecedented" and posted video of their flight over Caribbean Islands. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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