The Russian navy conducted a test of supersonic anti-ship missiles in the Sea of Japan.
The test involved missile vessels from the Pacific Fleet firing Moskit cruise missiles.
The target of the missiles was a mock enemy sea target at a distance of approximately 100 kilometers.
The mock target was hit directly by two Moskit cruise missiles.
The Moskit missile is a supersonic cruise missile of medium range.
The missile is capable of impairing a vessel within a range of up to 120 kilometers.
The test occurred one week after two Russian strategic bomber planes flew over the Sea of Japan for over seven hours.
Moscow described the bomber flight as a "planned flight."