Putin walked around the line of ships on a boat before the parade on the Day of the Navy

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President Vladimir Putin walked around the front lines of warships on a boat in the Kronstadt roadstead, as well as in the waters of the Neva and the Gulf of Finland, he congratulated the crews of the ships on the Day of the Navy. This was reported by the Kremlin press service.

The parade will involve more than 3.5 thousand military personnel, 42 aircraft, more than 40 ships, submarines and boats. In the final part, a solemn march of parade crews of the military, students of the pre-university institutions of the Navy and the youth of the Yunarmiya is planned.

Navy Day is celebrated on the last Sunday of July, this year— 31st. On the same day, Putin is scheduled to approve the Ship Charter of the Navy and the country's Naval Doctrine, the signing ceremony will take place in the Peter and Paul Fortress— at the State Museum of the History of St. Petersburg.

Early in the morning on July 31, all events dedicated to the holiday were canceled in Sevastopol due to the strike of Ukrainian forces on the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet, Governor Mikhail Razvozhaev said about this. According to preliminary data, we are talking about a drone attack, six people were injured, he specified: “Two have moderate wounds, the rest— lungs". The head of Sevastopol asked the citizens to stay at home if possible, not to gather in public places and not to panic, while assuring that there was no reason for concern. “We understood that the comrades from the Ukrainian Reich would want to spoil our holiday,” — Razvozhaev added.

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Vladimir Putin

politician, President of Russia

October 7, 1952

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