MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, congratulated the command and sailors of the Northern, Pacific, Black Sea, Baltic Fleets and the Caspian Flotilla, Navy veterans on Defender of the Fatherland Day with his telegram. A telegram with the text of congratulations will also be conveyed on February 23 to the crews of warships, submarines, and support ships of the Navy, which are currently performing the tasks of the naval presence and the demonstration of the St. Andrew’s flag in the World Ocean.
Congratulating subordinates, Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, noted that “Today the Russian Navy is at the stage of active renewal of all its components – surface, underwater, coastal and aviation. The construction of ships of the ocean zone of a new generation has been launched, and nuclear and non-nuclear submarines are being serially built. The fleet is equipped with the most modern naval weapons systems that have no analogues in the world. “
“In 2021, the Russian Navy will celebrate its 325th anniversary, which obliges all of us to fulfill our military duty even more thoroughly, paying tribute to more than three centuries of naval traditions and worthily continuing the deeds of previous generations of naval sailors,” the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy said in his congratulations.
Admiral Nikolai Evmenov also noted “In the current 2021, the Navy will participate in a number of important events aimed at the planned preparation (of troops) of the fleets for coordinated actions as part of interspecific (united groupings) in strategic directions and in the distant sea and ocean zones …
“The Oceanic Navy of Russia will continue to be active in various regions of the World Ocean at the level of guaranteed prevention of threats to the security of our Fatherland from sea and ocean directions,” the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy emphasized, congratulating sailors on Defender of the Fatherland Day.
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