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10.05.2020 (09:01)

Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy took part in the graduation ceremony of officers of the Naval Academy in St. Petersburg

The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, took part in the ceremony of graduating 200 officers from the Naval Academy named after N.G.Kuznetsova in St. Petersburg. On this day, more than 1,000 officers graduated from naval educational institutions, who will continue to serve in the North, Pacific, Black Sea, Baltic Fleets and the Caspian Flotilla.

The graduation ceremony began with a video greeting of the President of the Russian Federation - Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin. Then the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy read to the officers a congratulation and an order from the Minister of Defence of the Russian Federation to graduates of higher military educational institutions of the Russian Ministry of Defence.

The Navy Commander handed shoulder boards to officers, diplomas, medals for graduates who graduated with a gold medal.

Congratulating the graduates, the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, noted that they “have to serve in the Navy, which is actively equipped with new warships, submarines, and weapon systems that have no analogues in the world.

The Commander-in-Chief especially emphasized that "the Russian Navy was, is and will be the Ocean Fleet, capable of performing tasks of any complexity in all latitudes of the World Ocean, operating at the interspecific and general fleet level."

Navy , Military academy , Western Military District , Military education , Выпуск
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