The Russian mobile coastal defence system 'Bastion' launched the anti-ship cruise missile P-800 'Oniks' for the first time in Chukotka region, as shown in footage released by the Russian Defence Ministry on Thursday. The P-800 Oniks missile reportedly hit a sea target 200 km (124 miles) offshore, in the Chukchi Sea water zone. According to the MoD, the equipment and personnel of the unit were delivered to the exercise by a large landing ship of the Pacific fleet. About ten warships and support vessels of the Pacific fleet, as well as naval aircraft, provided safety for the missile launch. The exercise was conducted in accordance with the combat training plan of troops in the North-East of Russia, as MoD reports.