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The Commander-in-Chief of the Navy (Navy) of Russia, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, as part of the planned work, visited the Kronstadt Naval Cadet Military Corps (KMKVK), where he checked the issues of arrangement, the state of the material base, the organization of the educational process of pupils, and also got acquainted with the main practical results and achievements of the cadets in the last academic year.

Admiral Nikolay Evmenov, accompanied by officials of the High Command of the Navy, heard a report from the head of the KICAC, captain 1st rank of the reserve Nikolai Dovbeshko, on the results of the corps’ activities in 2021, and also held a service meeting on the further development of the cadet corps.

After the report, the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy inspected the educational and material base of the educational institution, assessed the living conditions in the 5th and 2nd training companies, visited the English language classrooms and the classroom for technical teaching aids.

With particular interest, Nikolay Evmenov got acquainted with the audiences in the areas of “Fundamentals of Naval Training”, “Marine Robotics”, “Project Activities”, as well as the training complex “Storm”, capable of simulating up to 30 thousand regular and emergency situations when managing various types of ships at sea.

Also, the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy looked at the showcase of achievements of the KICWC for 26 years since the opening of the educational institution, where 75 cups and various types of gifts are presented for achievements in studies, sports and creativity of cadet teams and combined teams of the cadet corps.

Having familiarized himself with the infrastructure of the KICWC and giving a positive assessment of the organization of the daily activities of the educational institution, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov noted the high level of technical equipment of the corps, which allows cadets to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills during the educational process. Admiral Nikolai Evmenov wished the leadership and staff of the cadet corps success and patience in educating future defenders of the Fatherland.

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