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An expanded joint meeting of the Presidium of the Admiralty Coordination Council of public organizations of veterans of the Navy with the Main Command of the Navy took place at the Peter the Great Central Naval Museum in St. Petersburg.

The meeting was attended by members of the Presidium of the Admiralty Coordination Council of public organizations of veterans of the Navy, heads of veteran organizations of the Navy, as well as representatives of the High Command of the Navy.

On behalf of the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, the Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Navy for military-political work, Captain 1st Rank Vladislav Pavlov, made a welcoming speech on behalf of the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, who especially emphasized the important role of veteran organizations in educating the young generation of sailors and promoting glorious naval traditions.

The objectives of the meeting were a comprehensive analysis of the state of work with veterans, the development of practical measures to improve it in the interests of the Navy, as well as the consolidation of the intellectual, scientific and practical potential of the Navy veterans to improve combat readiness, preserve and develop the traditions of the fleet, and raise the prestige of military service in formations. and military units of the Navy.

The main directions of joint work of the Main Command of the Navy with the Admiralty Coordination Council of public organizations of Navy veterans during the preparation and holding of parades in St. Petersburg and in the fleets dedicated to celebrating the 76th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War and the Day of Navy.

Over the five years of its existence and active work, the composition of the Admiralty Coordination Council of public organizations of the Navy veterans has increased by 42 divisions, and today it includes 101 veteran organizations of the Navy.

In total, the Russian Navy has 178 veteran organizations, which include more than 33 thousand veterans.

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