The “Stoiki” cruiser of the Baltic Fleet test fired “Kh-35” Russian anti-ship missile from “Uran” shipborne missile system during maneuvers in the Baltic Sea.
The anti-ship missile hit the target on the sea 30 kilometers away successfully, according to Zvezda TV network.
STOIKI Cruiser was delivered to the fleet in summer 2014. It was created to fight ships and submarines, as well as to support naval landing forces.
The cruiser’s main assault weapon is “Uran” shipborne anti-ship missile system, designed to destroy high-speed vessels.
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