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More than 2 thousand servicemen of the Pacific Fleet took part in the international Geographic Dictation, which is being held today by the Russian Geographical Society.

The first in Russia to test their knowledge of geography were the sailors of the Troops and Forces in the North-East of Russia.

In the Primorsky Territory and Kamchatka, 11 sites were opened for those wishing to test their knowledge of geography.

The command staff of the fleet, the commanders of a number of Pacific Fleet formations based in the Primorsky Territory, wrote a dictation in Vladivostok in the wardroom campaign of the Marshal Krylov measuring complex ship.

In the Pacific Fleet, it has become a good tradition to choose a new ship every year as the main platform for writing a dictation.

In the near future, all questionnaires of the Geographical Dictation will be scanned and electronically sent to the Russian Geographical Society for verification and announcement of the results.

On November 14, 2021, servicemen and civilian personnel of the Russian Ministry of Defense take part in the International Educational Action of the Russian Geographical Society “Geographic Dictation”.

The central site in the Ministry of Defense of Russia is the National Defense Control Center of the Russian Federation, in direct communication with which all sites for holding the Dictation in the military districts. In total, the Ministry of Defense will use more than 1,500 dictation writing sites from Kaliningrad to Kamchatka.

For the first time the Geographical Dictation took place in 2015. Then it was written on 210 sites in Russia. Since 2017, Dictation has become international – not only residents of Russia, but also of many foreign countries have tested their knowledge. In 2017, the campaign took place in 25 countries, and in 2018 – in 97.

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