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DPRK Navy's East Sea Fleet Commander visits Russia

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MOSCOW (BNS): Rear Admiral Kim Min-Sik, Commander of East Sea Fleet of DPRK Navy will start its eight day official visit to Russia's Pacific Fleet on Thursday, a media report said.

Officials of Russian Pacific Fleet will meet Commander Kim Min-Sik and will visit the Russian military contingent on the Kamchatka peninsula.

"The visit will continue until October 27Â…and will include tours of the Admiral Tributs missile destroyer and the Varshavyanka diesel-powered submarine," RIA Novosti quoted a Pacific Fleet spokesman as saying.

According to the report, both nations are planning to start joint naval drills in the Yellow sea by 2012 which will focus on sea rescue and humanitarian missions.

The Organizer of Defense & Security 2011 has decided to reschedule the exhibition to 5-8 March 2012, IMPACT, Bangkok, Thailand. The Armed Forces, Government and Civil Society are currently relentlessly engaged in reducing the impact on the people of Thailand of the worst floods that have inundated the nation in recent history.

In view of this situation and the current priorities of the Government of Thailand and its armed forces, and in the interest of ensuring that highest benefits of participation for exhibitors and delegations, it has been decided to reschedule the show dates to 5-8 March 2012. We sincerely hope that you will understand that the decision is being made in the best interests of exhibitors and delegations.


The Organisers, together with the Ministry of Defence of Thailand and the Armed Forces seek your continued support and look forward to your participation on 5-8 March 2012, Bangkok.

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