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On July 15, from 04.30 to 05.30, about 20 warships and boats of various classes and displacement of the Russian Navy will pass along the Neva River from Blagoveshchensky to Troitsky bridges during the second night training session of the Main Naval Parade in the water area of ​​the Neva River in St. Petersburg.

The training plan was approved by the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov. The training will be controlled from the newest frigate “Admiral of the Fleet Kasatonov”, installed in the water area of ​​the Neva, where the working group of the Main Command of the Navy and the Leningrad Naval Base will be located.

During training on the established fairway in the river. Neva as part of tactical groups will parade the latest small missile ships, mine defense ships, missile boats, the latest anti-sabotage, landing, patrol boats of the Raptor type and anti-sabotage boats of the Grachonok type,

A working group, consisting of representatives of the Main Command of the Navy and the Leningrad Naval Base, will measure the intervals between ships and check that the crews of ships and boats have completed the task of maintaining a given speed and keeping ships on a given course, while following them along the Neva channel from Blagoveshchensky to Troitsky bridges. … Organization of communications with ships and compliance with navigational safety measures will also be checked.

Particular attention will be paid to verifying the actions of the ship’s crews “Main command post of the ship – Combat information post – Navigator of the ship”, specialists of navigational combat units of ships, as well as watch signalmen.

The results of the first night training of ships on the Neva will be reported to the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov.

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