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Over 200 cadets of the oldest educational institution in Russia – the Naval Institute – Peter the Great’s Naval Corps have been sworn in on board the legendary cruiser Aurora. They became the first students of higher naval educational institutions who took the oath of allegiance to the Motherland aboard the Aurora, launching the swearing-in ritual revived by the order of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, aboard the naval ship # 1.

The ceremony aboard the cruiser was held under the direction of Vice-Admiral Viktor Sokolov, head of the Military Educational and Scientific Center of the Navy, as well as with the participation of veterans of the Navy, representatives of the St. Petersburg administration. On the eve of the ceremony, the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, noted that “in the year of the celebration of the 325th anniversary of the Russian fleet, the tradition of bringing cadets of higher naval educational institutions aboard the cruiser Aurora has been revived. I am sure that for those who have sworn allegiance to the Motherland aboard the legendary ship, this event has a special meaning and symbolizes the adherence of new generations of Russian naval sailors to glorious naval traditions. After completing their studies, the cadets who have taken the oath of office on the Aurora will serve on the most modern submarines and ships. But they will always remember this day when their naval service began on the deck of the naval ship # 1. “

In turn, Vice Admiral Viktor Sokolov, head of the VUNC of the Navy, noted that “the cadets of the Naval Institute – Peter the Great Naval Corps will honorably perform the assigned tasks, mastering the knowledge that they will then have to apply in practice during their service in the fleets of our ocean -Marine Fleet “.

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