Vladivostok. November 8. INTERFAX – DALNIY VOSTOK – The forces of the Pacific Fleet (Pacific Fleet) have begun to prepare for heavy rain and winds at speeds up to 37 m / s, which are expected in the Primorsky Territory, the press service of the Pacific Fleet reported on Monday.
“On the evening of November 8, in Vladivostok, where large forces of the fleet are based, precipitation is expected in places very strong, strong winds with gusts of up to 37 m / s. “Ice conditions are possible.
To prevent the ships of the Pacific Fleet from being damaged during the storm, the military prepared them for a bad weather forecast. The property on the ships was secured in a storm-like manner, additional mooring lines were brought in. The ships were sealed, and the watch duty was strengthened.
Also, before the storm, the readiness of the rescue forces and support vessels was checked. On the shore, specialists checked the work of autonomous energy sources, and also introduced restrictions on the operation of naval aviation airfields.
In case of emergency situations during a storm, the crews of the Pacific Fleet ships are ready to provide assistance to civilian ships. The duty forces of the auxiliary fleet are preparing safe parking for the forces of the Pacific Fleet.