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Tomorrow, at the Gromovo airfield (St. Petersburg), a ceremony will be held to welcome the relics of the Holy Righteous Warrior Admiral Fyodor Ushakov, which will be delivered from the Sanaksar Monastery by a military transport aircraft. This was announced by the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov.

Then the shrine with the relics of Admiral Ushakov will be delivered to Kronstadt. Tomorrow, on the eve of the Main Naval Parade, the Main Command of the Navy, together with the Russian Orthodox Church in Kronstadt, will organize a ceremony to bring the relics of the holy righteous warrior Fyodor Ushakov from the Sanaksar Monastery to the main temple of the Navy – Kronstadt. A prayer service will be held after the ceremony.

As Admiral Nikolai Evmenov noted, on July 16, the relics of the Holy Righteous Warrior Admiral Fyodor will be transported to the Petrovskaya pier of Kronstadt, from where they will proceed by boat along the warships located in the roadstead of Kronstadt and on the roadstead of the Neva. As the boat passes, the crews of the ships will be lined up on decks to welcome the shrine. “

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From July 16 to July 25, the relics of the holy righteous warrior Fyodor Ushakov will be in the Kronstadt Naval Cathedral to worship the military personnel and residents of St. Petersburg and Kronstadt, the great Russian naval commander.

Admiral Fyodor Fedorovich Ushakov commanded the Black Sea Fleet and the Russian squadron in the Mediterranean Sea, did not lose a single battle, did not lose a single ship in battles, and not a single subordinate of his was taken prisoner.

After retirement, he lived in a monastery and became famous for his righteous life. In 2001, Fyodor Ushakov was canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church in the rank of a righteous warrior.

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