Command-in-chief of Navy approves admission of ships to training before Main Naval Parade
The Commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy Admiral Vladimir Korolev approved the decision to allow the ships participating in the Main Naval Parade on the Neva river to open water training.
The first training is held in the designated area of the Gulf of Finland.
About 20 rocket, minesweeping ships, patrol, anti-sabotage boats, involved in the episode of the passage on the Neva, take part in the training.
The commander of Leningrad Naval Facilities Real Admiral Vyacheslav Rodionov lead the training.
In the evening, at the end of the training, the results will be reported to the chief of the Navy Admiral Vladimir Korolev.
The order of passage on the Neva river is practiced during training in the Gulf of Finland. Attention is drawn to the work of specialists of the navigational combat units of ships, commanders of electromechanical and radio-technical combat units. The crews of ships and boats train to keep the system, the specified speed, the accuracy of the assigned course.