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The Ministry of Defense does not see the need for foreign warships on the Northern Sea Route

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The Ministry of Defense does not see the need for foreign warships on the Northern Sea Route

Russia does not see the need to find foreign warships on the Northern Sea Route, as it is capable of independently fully ensuring the safety of shipping in this area. This was stated by the chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation Valery Gerasimov.


Answering a question from the Japanese military attache about plans to rearm the Russian Armed Forces in the Arctic, and how Russia will react if foreign warships navigate the Northern Sea Route, Gerasimov replied that Russia is improving the air defense system in the Arctic zone, and the country's armed forces are capable of independently ensure the safety of navigation, therefore, in the presence of warships of foreign states on the Northern Sea Route there is no need.

Today, our Armed Forces are able to fully ensure the safety of navigation in the waters of the Northern Sea Route, and therefore there is no need to find warships of other countries in this sea corridor. (...) first of all, we plan to improve the air defense system in the Arctic zone, (...) to ensure the safety of the Russian maritime economic activity in the Northern Sea Route, it is planned to replace existing weapons and military equipment with promising ones and build new ice class ships

- Gerasimov said.

As reported at the end of 2018, from 2019 Russia imposed a ban on the free circulation of foreign warships along the Northern Sea Route. Passage of warships, as well as submarines, is possible only after notification to Russia.

Earlier, the commander of the US Coast Guard, Admiral Paul Zukunft, said that according to the USA, the Northern Sea Route should be a transport artery open to all countries of the world.

The Northern Sea Route is the main Arctic shipping line of Russia, the shortest water route between the Far East and the European part of the country.
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  1. WILL
    WILL 18 December 2019 10: 23
    +43
    That's right, that Russia has introduced a ban on the free circulation of foreign warships along the Northern Sea Route!
    The Northern Sea Route - Ours ... there is nothing for everyone there to do without getting there.
    Transport artery - must bring money to our country!
    1. 210ox
      210ox 18 December 2019 10: 27
      +9
      Welcome to the commercial courts, welcome to the military. Only to hell.
      1. Tank jacket
        Tank jacket 18 December 2019 10: 32
        +18
        Commercial for the money welcome. hi
        1. Thrall
          Thrall 18 December 2019 12: 14
          +12
          US Coast Guard Commander Admiral Paul Zuckunte said the U.S. believes that the Northern Sea Route should be a transport artery open to all countries in the world

          Commander, do not be distracted, guard the shore smile
        2. krot
          krot 18 December 2019 12: 16
          +1
          according to the United States, the Northern Sea Route should be a transport artery open to all countries of the world

          They rolled out their lips .. Either let them tear off all shipping arteries that belong to the United States for all countries. And Panama and others including
      2. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 18 December 2019 12: 09
        +9
        Quote: 210ox
        Welcome to the commercial courts, welcome to the military. Only to hell.

        Military vessels must guard and defend their territory; foreign territory does not need to be protected.
    2. knn54
      knn54 18 December 2019 10: 49
      +10
      And introduce PERSONAL sanctions, for example, on ships that participated in the Syrian conflict.
      Give a decent answer to the "Caesar" bill.
      1. bessmertniy
        bessmertniy 18 December 2019 11: 07
        +7
        They did it right. The Arctic is ours. And the other military has nothing to do there.
    3. Finches
      Finches 18 December 2019 12: 18
      +8
      Gerasimov needed to limit himself to the phrase: "The Ministry of Defense sees no need for foreign warships ...", without specifying where! Twist, so to speak, intrigue! laughing
      1. Tank jacket
        Tank jacket 18 December 2019 12: 59
        +1
        laughing Truly intriguewink
    4. arkadiyssk
      arkadiyssk 18 December 2019 12: 49
      -13

      Well, what kind of money is that? Let's not even lie to ourselves? In fact, for a decade, Russia has not lured anyone into the NSR. In addition to our gas carriers to Japan, no one needs the NSR yet.
      1. Yarr_Arr
        Yarr_Arr 18 December 2019 13: 01
        +19
        The key word is bye. Even 50 years ago, even in the USSR, it was used very little.
        And then, if "no one needs him" - all the more, there is no reason to let newcomers in there.
        IMHO
      2. Leonid Bailov
        Leonid Bailov 18 December 2019 20: 52
        +1
        "Nobody needs the SMP yet" American admirals, which got excited, were worried. Oh, it's not good! Russian polar bears will be accused of violating human rights. And they will arrange "Storm in a Glass".
    5. den3080
      den3080 18 December 2019 16: 24
      +1
      Admiral is trying to peek into Zukunft :)) (future).
      But he is only half (Paul) Zukunft.
      And thank God.
  2. Tank jacket
    Tank jacket 18 December 2019 10: 24
    +3
    You are here to us unnecessarily, a good answer from Gerasimov. In the spirit of Lavrov.
  3. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 18 December 2019 10: 25
    +4
    All is correct. They asked permission, paid money, sheathed everything shooting. Sealed all the radars. And accompanied by ...
    1. Good_Anonymous
      Good_Anonymous 18 December 2019 10: 38
      -33
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Request permission, pay money


      It seems that the Northern Sea Route is international waters. Why would anyone ask permission?
      1. Wedmak
        Wedmak 18 December 2019 10: 44
        +23
        Only partially international. Without entering ter. water of the Russian Federation does not pass there. And in general, unaccompanied by an icebreaker, one should not meddle there.
        And only Russia has good icebreakers.
        1. Good_Anonymous
          Good_Anonymous 18 December 2019 10: 58
          -29
          Quote: Wedmak
          And in general, unaccompanied by an icebreaker, one should not meddle there.


          When icebreakers are needed, there’s no need to meddle there at all - to go too long.
          1. 210ox
            210ox 18 December 2019 11: 16
            +3
            Yah. And the northern delivery, the work of the ports .. Will we leave people without the most necessary? Freights from there will not carry?
            1. Good_Anonymous
              Good_Anonymous 18 December 2019 11: 23
              -10
              Quote: 210ox
              And the northern delivery, the work of the ports .. Will we leave people without the most necessary?


              I had in mind the use of the Northern Sea Route for regular commercial transport, as an alternative to the route through the Suez Canal. It is clear that time does not play a big role for supplying Russian territories even without icebreakers.
          2. voyaka uh
            voyaka uh 18 December 2019 13: 46
            +5
            "go too long." ////
            ----
            No. Going from China to Europe is shorter and cheaper than around Africa. And for the Suez Canal you have to pay.
            Therefore, China is also building several large icebreakers. Planning to independently conduct vessels on the NSR.
            ---
            There is, by the way, the second NSR.
            Around Canada, then into the straits, skirting Greenland from the south, and into the Atlantic.
            The Chinese and Canadians are considering this option.
            1. Good_Anonymous
              Good_Anonymous 18 December 2019 13: 48
              -1
              Quote: voyaka uh
              Going from China to Europe is shorter and cheaper than around Africa.


              In short. But when there is ice and you need to go after the icebreaker - not faster.

              Quote: voyaka uh
              And for the Suez Canal you have to pay.


              For icebreakers - too. And the ice class is also not free.
              1. voyaka uh
                voyaka uh 18 December 2019 13: 52
                +1
                It's all true what you wrote, but warming is happening. Ice in the summer will recede to the north.
                But the storms will immediately begin - no one thinks about it. No ice - there is a storm.
                How near Antarctica. There, icebreakers are not needed, but without them there is no need to snoop too much ... laughing
            2. Liam
              Liam 18 December 2019 14: 20
              +1
              Quote: voyaka uh
              . And for the Suez Canal you have to pay.

              Are icebreakers free?
            3. den3080
              den3080 18 December 2019 16: 29
              +1
              "Chinese icebreaker" smile 20 years ago it was from the realm of fantasy.
        2. Fedorov
          Fedorov 18 December 2019 10: 59
          0
          And only Russia has good icebreakers.

          Nobody finally has any of them, in the sense of Zirow - zero, except for Russia.
        3. orionvitt
          orionvitt 18 December 2019 11: 19
          -6
          Quote: Wedmak
          unaccompanied by an icebreaker you should not poke in there.

          That's interesting. The article says that Russia is able to ensure security on the Northern Sea Route itself. I wonder from whom? Somali or Malay pirates will definitely not get there. And "normal states" don't seem to attack merchant ships. Forgot, unless these ships are Syrian, Iranian, or North Korean. It is clear that it remains to protect, only from the Americans and their friends.
          1. Wedmak
            Wedmak 18 December 2019 11: 26
            +3
            Clearly, it remains to protect, only from the Americans and their friends.

            Well so ... no matter how I read about the figures in the US government and the laws adopted by them, it scratches at me in the most indecent places, even when only from the shower. If you imagine that the Russian Federation somehow lost all its weapons, then 148% of Americans will enter our territory in a couple of days. And start sucking resources. And silently, not taking into account any laws and organizations.
            Really already behave like parasites and viruses.
            1. orionvitt
              orionvitt 18 December 2019 20: 55
              0
              Quote: Wedmak
              then 148% of Americans will enter our territory in a couple of days

              You probably live in a different, own world. The United States has repeatedly stated that it is extremely concerned about Russia's activity in the Arctic region. And that the Arctic is a zone of American interests. That's just bad luck, there are no icebreakers, but everything is as always. That's just really in the Arctic they can do nothing. And they will spoil from around the corner.
              1. Wedmak
                Wedmak 19 December 2019 10: 47
                0
                The United States has repeatedly stated that it is extremely concerned about Russia's activity in the Arctic region

                Did I say that they will enter through the Arctic? They are already decently so strong in Europe. In my hypothetical version, it’s quite enough to get to the Kremlin.
                1. orionvitt
                  orionvitt 19 December 2019 18: 23
                  0
                  Quote: Wedmak
                  In my hypothetical version, it’s enough to get to the Kremlin

                  Have you collapsed from an oak tree? Who told you at all that someone will enter somewhere? In our time, this is no longer entirely relevant, think in terms of the last century. And when did the Europeans reach the Kremlin? The episode with the Poles in the period of turmoil, we will omit, as a single and ended in nothing. NATO should have done this in the 90s, when they were still strong and there was another "turmoil" in Russia, now it's too late.
                  They are already decently so strong in Europe
                  There is already no power in Europe, Europe was blown away. In my hypothetical version, they can reach the Kremlin, but only if the population of Russia completely becomes like you and meets the invaders with flowers. How did the residents of Lviv at the end of June 1941.
                  1. Wedmak
                    Wedmak 19 December 2019 20: 13
                    0
                    but only if the population of Russia without exception will become like you and will meet the invaders with flowers.

                    You follow the words, and think about my post before making such accusations.
          2. Fantazer911
            Fantazer911 18 December 2019 12: 46
            0
            That's interesting. The article says that Russia is able to ensure security on the Northern Sea Route itself. I wonder from whom? Somali or Malay pirates will definitely not get there. And "normal states" don't seem to attack merchant ships. Forgot, unless these ships are Syrian, Iranian, or North Korean. It is clear that it remains to protect, only from the Americans and their friends.

            American warships have nothing to do in territorial waters from the word just like in the Northern Sea Route, they everywhere as a nation stick their nose out and bend everyone, Russia is not a country that will bow to the United States.
            And if so, the same Iranian threat, or the North Korean one, they can put their bases and systems wherever they want, and we, too, and IN PROTECT AMERICA, RUSSIA DOESN'T NEED!
          3. den3080
            den3080 18 December 2019 16: 33
            0
            Quote: orionvitt
            Quote: Wedmak
            unaccompanied by an icebreaker you should not poke in there.

            That's interesting. The article says that Russia is able to ensure security on the Northern Sea Route itself. I wonder from whom? Somali or Malay pirates will definitely not get there. And "normal states" don't seem to attack merchant ships. Forgot, unless these ships are Syrian, Iranian, or North Korean. It is clear that it remains to protect, only from the Americans and their friends.

            It is clear from whom and why. From Anglo-Saxon greed and from its carriers.
      2. helvetic
        helvetic 18 December 2019 10: 55
        +2
        What a fright? First, we look at the map and see a line there along the Arctic. Then we find out what kind of line it is and do not sculpt humpbacked
        1. Good_Anonymous
          Good_Anonymous 18 December 2019 10: 57
          -33
          Quote: helvetic
          don't sculpt humpback


          First you straighten your back, then you will talk to people.
          1. helvetic
            helvetic 18 December 2019 11: 09
            +9
            And you do not stick to people. and before you discover what nature has allocated instead of your mouth, get a degree. voto then, you look, and you want to open your mouth when there is nothing to say on deou
            1. Good_Anonymous
              Good_Anonymous 18 December 2019 11: 12
              -28
              Quote: helvetic
              And you do not stick to people


              Do you forbid? What a horror.

              Quote: helvetic
              and before you discover what nature has given you instead of your mouth, get a degree


              You straighten your back - try to get a degree. Go already.
              1. Mestny
                Mestny 18 December 2019 12: 00
                +5
                Vasya, where are you from? Really from the former Ukraine?
                1. Good_Anonymous
                  Good_Anonymous 18 December 2019 12: 02
                  -18
                  Quote: Mestny
                  Vasya, where are you from?


                  I am from the USSR, but what?

                  Quote: Mestny
                  Really from the former Ukraine?


                  In your reality, Ukraine is no more?
                  1. Mestny
                    Mestny 18 December 2019 12: 06
                    +12
                    That Ukraine is no more. There is a hostile fascist entity Ukraine under the control of the United States.
                    It’s just in reality, not just mine.

                    Well, if from the USSR, then you and I are countrymen.
      3. Dmitry Bolotsky
        Dmitry Bolotsky 18 December 2019 10: 55
        +7
        There is no direct prohibition. The restrictions apply, first of all, to the NSR sections belonging to Russia - the priority is given to icebreaker escort by Russian vessels. As for the military, foreigners are obliged to notify their intention. In principle, there is nothing special here.
      4. helvetic
        helvetic 18 December 2019 12: 27
        +3
        So, homo habilis with a progressive brush structure, the irony regarding candidate status, which one of the participants in the dialogue (?) Has, and the other does not seem to have reached. Don't worry, this is an emotion not even available to many sapiens. And on the merits of the question - any sane person can (instead of a stupid provocative question) get into the legislative framework, namely, the 1982 international covenation and the 132 Federal Law-2012 isomorphic to it, and find out that there is a permitting procedure for the navigation of ships in the water area of ​​the NSR. Thus, my judgment about the modeling of a humpback is well founded, and your attempts to answer it both in form and in content are evidence of a low level of intelligence. And the very formulation of the question "why would" in this light can be explained in two ways. First, I learned how to use the keyboard, but not the search engine (hence, stupid). Second - you deliberately pretend that you believe in what you have written (the conclusion is that the minister of "liberal" values ​​with low social responsibility).
    2. novel66
      novel66 18 December 2019 10: 47
      +11
      sheathed everything shooting. Sealed all the radars

      turned around - and went fucking ...
      1. Vorchun
        Vorchun 18 December 2019 16: 27
        +1
        And rightly so, no hell to do, trample the floor!
    3. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 18 December 2019 12: 12
      +3
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      They asked permission, paid money, sheathed everything shooting. Sealed all the radars. And accompanied by ...

      And what can warships do in the Arctic. There are no terrorists there, only Chukchi and polar bears. Protecting us from ourselves? In general, the nieces "Over Beck and Fast Go Home"
  4. Whisper
    Whisper 18 December 2019 10: 25
    +1
    Sounds reliable and confident! The main thing is that this concept does not change after 2024.
    1. cost
      cost 18 December 2019 10: 36
      +2
      The Ministry of Defense does not see the need for foreign warships on the Northern Sea Route

      This is what it is - the main line of the briefing by the chief of the General Staff of the Russian Federation for foreign military representatives, and not the loud title of the previous article on NATO's preparation for a large-scale conflict. About which I wrote a comment in that article and even posted a full video of the briefing .. Before discussing the "fried" titles of articles, you should at least look at the primary sources
    2. Mestny
      Mestny 18 December 2019 12: 02
      -5
      Fighters with a cut with categorically disagree with you. They need to change now.
  5. Livonetc
    Livonetc 18 December 2019 10: 26
    +3
    NATO's budget increase by 24 to 400 billion dollars.
    A multiple increase in activity along the perimeter of Russian borders, and so on and so on.
    In such conditions, each military unit of this vile union must be under control, in full readiness for its immediate destruction.
  6. Dikson
    Dikson 18 December 2019 10: 27
    -9
    It is difficult to control in the Arctic not only submarines, but even surface vessels .. Therefore, the statement about the "closure of the Northern Sea Route" for foreign military ships is very controversial and pointless at the moment .. It is clear that no bourgeois will climb into the Matochkin ball or Cape Chelyuskin. But it has become warmer in the Arctic .. - you can also go around Severnaya Zemlya and Novaya Zemlya .. Who will catch the foes there?
    1. Tiksi-3
      Tiksi-3 18 December 2019 10: 31
      +8
      Quote: Dikson
      But it’s warmer in the Arctic

      have you got warmer in Dixon? belay ... we have in Tiksi Nope !!
      1. Dikson
        Dikson 18 December 2019 10: 52
        +1
        Um .. at the moment, no ..)) But if we talk about the navigation period - pack ice has moved very far from the coast in recent years .. And so, of course, no one has canceled the polar night and long winter :)))
    2. d4rkmesa
      d4rkmesa 18 December 2019 13: 26
      +1
      You were minus here how much in vain, without understanding. By the way, "or to Cape Chelyuskin" - why not climb, and then "not in the subject"?
      1. Dikson
        Dikson 19 December 2019 20: 04
        0
        because tervody RF
      2. Dikson
        Dikson 19 December 2019 20: 34
        0
        look at the map - there above Cape Chelyuskin (the northernmost point of the continent of Eurasia) another whole archipelago of Severnaya Zemlya is located .. this is the territory of our country. and the southernmost passage from Asia to Europe via the NSR ..
  7. Vladimir_2U
    Vladimir_2U 18 December 2019 10: 29
    -3
    It's even strange, doesn't our Ministry of Defense see a threat from countries "sponsoring terrorism"? Although wait, isn't Russia going to be recorded in them?
  8. BARKAS
    BARKAS 18 December 2019 10: 29
    0
    Well, again, you have to arrest the court and return in a year.
  9. Operator
    Operator 18 December 2019 10: 31
    -1
    Quote: Dikson
    It’s hard to control in the Arctic ... even surface ships

    Are you sure everything is in order? laughing
    1. Dikson
      Dikson 18 December 2019 11: 03
      -4
      And you, operator? What is there on the screens in the area of ​​about. Wrangel - can you tell? And about. Wiese? Are you sure the entire Severnaya Zemlya archipelago is under control? Enemy ships are going to slow down for inspection and arrest? :)
      1. Operator
        Operator 18 December 2019 11: 04
        +2
        ZGRLS "Container" with a range of 6000 km on surface targets - no, I have not heard laughing
        1. Fedorov
          Fedorov 18 December 2019 12: 12
          -1
          What kind of surface? “The container simply records the launches and slightly accompanies the targets. But then it rushed - a figure of information, to whom and why to shoot down or insert keys on a submarine on a nuclear armageddon, especially since they come from the Center on the embankment of the Moskva River.
        2. Harry.km
          Harry.km 18 December 2019 13: 03
          +2
          Quote: Operator
          ZGRLS "Container" with a range of 6000 km on surface targets - no, I have not heard

          This ZGRLS is primarily designed to detect missile launches. This is the first. Her second dead zone, depending on the time of day and time of year, is 500-1000 km. And thirdly, she does not see low-speed goals from the word AT ALL!
        3. Dikson
          Dikson 19 December 2019 20: 16
          0
          The operator did not answer the direct question .. Ok ..) For a couple of thousand kilometers, the radar saw an enemy ship in the Arctic .. Violating the rule invented by our country .. then what? MIGs 31 with daggers will swiftly rush into the polar night to kill the enemy? for a couple of thousand kilometers? And the enemy will say - "here the ice situation is bad - I was in neutral waters - the ice squeezed to your shores!" will you send a team of inspections? she will arrive at the ship of a potential enemy in three or four days .. Look at the distance, yay-quacking ... During this time, a normal intruder will throw so much electronic rubbish into the water for you - not a single box will pass without inspection .. All "hurray-defenders Arctic - just try at least TEN kilometers to ski there .. on a polar night. And then we'll talk about intercepting and controlling thousand-kilometer borders in the Arctic .. minus shitheads ..
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  11. Fedorov
    Fedorov 18 December 2019 10: 37
    -1
    Did not quite understand. And what, used to go like in the Caribbean? They were never there. They didn’t even show their nose there, taking into account the most powerful group of Soviet submarines, and now too.
    Well, the Northern Sea Route To Be!
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 18 December 2019 12: 00
      +2
      Quote: Fedorov
      And what, used to go like in the Caribbean? They were never there.

      Previously, they did not think about the Arctic, it was cold, not comfortable, but now they have woken up, and the niche has been occupied for a long time. So you need to wait for expansion. These rabbit faces with shark teeth crave blood.
  12. helmi8
    helmi8 18 December 2019 10: 52
    +2
    Earlier, the commander of the US Coast Guard, Admiral Paul Zukunft, said that according to the USA, the Northern Sea Route should be a transport artery open to all countries of the world.

    The Bermuda Triangle is always open for the USA ...
  13. Graz
    Graz 18 December 2019 10: 54
    +1
    so long ago it was necessary to ban what I pulled I do not know
  14. Sitearvi
    Sitearvi 18 December 2019 10: 54
    0
    It’s good that we can handle it ourselves, but Greta Tumberg’s is hidden in their sleeve, they will begin to press through environmental organizations.
  15. Prisoner
    Prisoner 18 December 2019 10: 57
    +2
    And from what hangover on our way will foreign military vessels flop over? Sit at home, slurp warm sake. So do not freeze your ears.
  16. Fibrizio
    Fibrizio 18 December 2019 11: 01
    -7
    "The Ministry of Defense sees no need for foreign warships on the Northern Sea Route"

    "The US Army Press Service considers it unnecessary for the world economy to keep other states' armed forces apart from the police."

    The title of the article is cool.
    They would also say that they do not see the need for NATO troops in eastern Europe -;)
    1. Bear040
      Bear040 18 December 2019 23: 00
      +1
      The Northern Sea Route rightfully belongs to Russia ... If this does not suit you, you can declare war on Russia, only then don’t cry ...
  17. askort154
    askort154 18 December 2019 11: 02
    +2
    With SP-2 it did not work! Now they will pounce on the "Sevmorput". They will put pressure on the "environmental hazard". They will stir up their entire "serpentarium", starting with
    Greenpeace, Greens and all sorts of multi-colored helmets. Because they do not have legal norms. This is our economic zone, and we have already securely covered it, showing who is the boss here.
  18. Alien From
    Alien From 18 December 2019 11: 08
    +1
    Everywhere they want to stick their Westerners in their nose, but no ..... not this time))))
  19. Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith 18 December 2019 11: 11
    +2
    The Ministry of Defense does not see the need for foreign warships on the Northern Sea Route

    A polite message in three letters of any American admirals, and all "Western partners" who have opened their mouths to the Northern Sea Route)))
  20. K-50
    K-50 18 December 2019 11: 19
    +1
    Earlier, the commander of the US Coast Guard, Admiral Paul Zukunft, said that according to the USA, the Northern Sea Route should be a transport artery open to all countries of the world.

    Read "for all countries", understand "first of all for the FSA". They can't even eat in peace when the world transport artery is beyond their control. fellow lol
  21. Avior
    Avior 18 December 2019 11: 25
    -3
    As reported at the end of 2018, from 2019 Russia imposed a ban on the free circulation of foreign warships along the Northern Sea Route.

    it is unclear how to prohibit swimming in international waters
    it is possible to prohibit entry into the tervodes if the Northern Sea Route passes through them in some areas, but warships cannot enter other people's tervodes without permission, except in special cases
    Who would explain what this ban means.
    1. lucul
      lucul 18 December 2019 11: 58
      +4
      Who would explain what this ban means.

      Have you ever looked at the map? Well, in terms of ice sheet maps?
      There, the ice comes right into the waters of Russia. No, of course you can get around the thermal water if you have an icebreaker that can break ice 3 meters thick. Then you can go on your own in INTERNATIONAL waters and Russia will not do anything to you. But in other countries there are no such icebreakers.
      But these murzilians want the following - after our icebreaker - their warships, in our territorial waters, but at our expense.
      God's chosen thinking - it is SUCH, yes ....)))))
      1. Avior
        Avior 18 December 2019 12: 08
        0
        I wrote, no special ban on the entry of foreign warships into the sea guides is needed, it is present automatically, such a ban is already spelled out in all international laws and conventions on navigation
        So the question arose, what is the ban about then?
        1. d4rkmesa
          d4rkmesa 18 December 2019 13: 16
          0
          Well, for example, with the good will of the state, they make their passage through their territorial waters open for transit, for example: the English Channel, the Strait of Malacca, the Gulf of Finland (i.e. Finland and Estonia pass all vessels, including the ships of the Russian Navy, along the corridor 6 km wide). But everywhere everything is individual.
          1. Avior
            Avior 18 December 2019 13: 17
            +1
            And before there was such permission on the Northern Sea Route?
            never heard
            1. d4rkmesa
              d4rkmesa 18 December 2019 13: 22
              0
              The French walked through without permission, but guided by a Russian icebreaker. But that was last year. In general, the legal status of the Northern Sea Route is still a solid "gray zone".
        2. lucul
          lucul 18 December 2019 13: 41
          +1
          So the question arose, what is the ban about then?

          The West insists on free access to the territorial waters of Russia, as if they did not exist at all. Already there have been repeated statements on this subject.
          Or do you think that the Russians have nothing else to do, as soon as they make such statements in vain?
          1. Avior
            Avior 18 December 2019 13: 54
            -1
            The West insists on free access to the territorial waters of Russia, as if they did not exist at all. Already there have been repeated statements on this subject.

            can you give a reference?
            international conventions allow the intersection of the guide rods in certain specified cases, if they form a protrusion, for example, with certain restrictions, but this is how you wrote, I never heard
            1. helvetic
              helvetic 18 December 2019 14: 34
              +1
              And yes, you can find the link to 132-FZ of 2012 yourself. Otherwise, in general, interfere with "opinion" (which already presupposes a certain level of awareness). You can also look at the report of a completely liberal RIAC. All this is revealed in a minute in Yandex and Google. Stop littering!
              1. Avior
                Avior 18 December 2019 16: 07
                0
                You yourself read what is there?
                “Sailing in the waters of the Northern Sea Route, the historically formed national transport communication of the Russian Federation, is carried out in accordance with generally recognized principles and norms of international law, international treaties”
                Which I wrote
                But I already figured out without you
                It is a matter of the fact that the free passage through the straits that are part of the tervodes was opened for ships and ships in 1991, and now it has been restricted
                1. helvetic
                  helvetic 18 December 2019 16: 52
                  0
                  Of course. This passage was a violation of Russia's inalienable rights in an explicit manner, since it violates the 1982 Convention. It is a pity that the country turned out to be so weak that it looked through it with fingers.
                  Art. 234 “Ice-covered Areas” of the 1982 Convention gives coastal states
                  the right to adopt and enforce non-discriminatory laws and regulations for the prevention, reduction and control of marine pollution
                  environments from ships in ice-covered areas within the exclusive economic
                  zones. Accordingly, if the coastal state considers that the procedure for passing for the purposes specified by the Convention should be permissive, then it has the right to introduce it. Which is done.
                2. helvetic
                  helvetic 18 December 2019 16: 54
                  0
                  Once again. In fact, one can simply refuse, saying that economic norms are violated and then fictitious freedom of navigation goes through the woods. Norwegians always do that.
      2. helvetic
        helvetic 18 December 2019 14: 28
        0
        One more. Since the order of passage of the NSR is permissive (even outside the guide), then you can not give permission.
  22. rocket757
    rocket757 18 December 2019 11: 26
    -2
    Russia does not see the need to find foreign warships on the Northern Sea Route, as it is capable of independently fully ensuring the safety of shipping in this area.

    If you think about it ... what threats can there be besides polar bears ???
  23. aleks26
    aleks26 18 December 2019 11: 44
    -3
    The armed forces are able to fully ensure the safety of navigation in the waters of the Northern Sea Route

    And who is there threatening shipping? Somali pirates? Nope? Who?
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 18 December 2019 11: 55
      +3
      Quote: aleks26
      And who is there threatening shipping? Somali pirates? Nope? Who?

      Who, who? There is only one threat in the world "the most democratic in the world" country of freedom.
    2. Mestny
      Mestny 18 December 2019 12: 05
      +1
      Yes, no, of course.
      Around zhezh some friends who want us only good. Yes, the regime is resisting.
  24. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 18 December 2019 11: 52
    +2
    Earlier, the commander of the US Coast Guard, Admiral Paul Zukunft, said that according to the USA, the Northern Sea Route should be a transport artery open to all countries of the world.
    Walk freely, free passage for civil courts is not prohibited, notified the Russian authorities and walk calmly, as ships go everywhere. But, ships with a pig's snout, take care of Uncle Sam's nieces for yourself. Where this snout gets in, there are cataclysms and "Western democracy".
  25. Serhiodjan
    Serhiodjan 18 December 2019 11: 55
    +3
    Quote: orionvitt
    Quote: Wedmak
    unaccompanied by an icebreaker you should not poke in there.

    That's interesting. The article says that Russia is able to provide security on the Northern Sea Route itself. I wonder from whom?


    You turn your head a little, this tactfully-sarcastic diplomatic form of the statement “this is ours, we don’t advise anyone to go there”. However, all those present in the press as well as other interested parties on all sides of the ocean certainly understood everything. But I must admit it is said beautifully and with a joke)
    First of all, to protect oneself from bears, and secondly walruses are dangerous.
    1. K-50
      K-50 18 December 2019 12: 05
      0
      Quote: Serhiodjan
      First of all, to protect oneself from bears, and secondly walruses are dangerous.

      All the same, the first danger in the Arctic is ice, then frost (in winter), and then everything else.
      If someone, even notifying the Russian authorities, climbs there without an icebreaker, then soon our Coast Guard will hear the screams of SOS, and if she has time to help or not, how it goes. But! Then all the "bigwigs" will fall on Russia again, they say they did not save, did not provide, etc.
      Do we need it, such a bunt?
      So whoever wants a quiet swim, those to Russia, the rest there just do nefig. request
  26. janeck
    janeck 18 December 2019 11: 59
    +5
    "how will Russia react if foreign warships navigate the Northern Sea Route," Gerasimov replied,
    - "can they still give the keys to the safe, where the money is" (c)
  27. VeteranVSSSR
    VeteranVSSSR 18 December 2019 12: 09
    0
    Quote: 210ox
    Yah. And the northern delivery, the work of the ports .. Will we leave people without the most necessary? Freights from there will not carry?

    And read how you V.Konetskova. Classics about the Sevmorsky way ...
    Real Captain, real Man !!!
  28. Alexey from Perm
    Alexey from Perm 18 December 2019 12: 09
    +2
    This is correct, and in general it is necessary to return the polar possessions of the USSR
  29. cniza
    cniza 18 December 2019 12: 17
    +3
    Earlier, the commander of the US Coast Guard, Admiral Paul Zukunft, said that according to the USA, the Northern Sea Route should be a transport artery open to all countries of the world.


    Your Wishlist we are not interested in, they will all pay for the passage along this path.
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 18 December 2019 12: 26
      +1
      Quote: cniza
      Your Wishlist we are not interested in, they will all pay for the passage along this path.

      There, for the wiring, escort icebreakers must pay. This is a commercial route, there can be no altruism.
      By the way, there is nothing for modern "plastic" ships and other cans, even military ones, to do there. No icebreaker will help if the ice is crumbling properly.
      1. cniza
        cniza 18 December 2019 12: 29
        +2
        Naturally, how much money we have already invested there, therefore, only on a commercial basis. If you want it quickly and safely, pay only for ice-class ships, others have nothing to do there.
        1. rocket757
          rocket757 18 December 2019 12: 32
          0
          Quote: cniza
          only for ice class ships

          The icebreaker is powerful, it’s beautiful ... once I’ve visited / worked on such a memory for life.
          1. cniza
            cniza 18 December 2019 12: 33
            +1
            This is yes, especially the latter - just handsome, but what power ...
  30. Operator
    Operator 18 December 2019 12: 51
    +2
    Quote: Fedorov
    A container ... accompanies a target

    About that and speech.
  31. demo
    demo 18 December 2019 12: 56
    +1
    The NSR is a Panama Canal of Russian configuration.
  32. Operator
    Operator 18 December 2019 13: 13
    +4
    Quote: Harry.km
    she does not see low-speed goals from the word AT ALL

    See performance characteristics of ZGRLS "Sunflower".

    PS The locations for the "Container" ZGRLS are chosen at a distance of at least 900 km from the state border - taking into account the dead zone and time protection from a preventive missile attack. At the same time, two of the four planned ZGRLS will ensure the creation of a continuous radar field (~ 10000 km) to detect surface ships along the entire length of the Northern Sea Route.
  33. iouris
    iouris 18 December 2019 15: 05
    0
    A large USS ship will go along the Northern Sea Route without warning. What's next?
  34. Flawless
    Flawless 18 December 2019 15: 10
    0
    But you never know what some chief of the coast said to someone. What now will we discuss the opinion of every American janitor? In my opinion, his chatter during leisure time does not mean anything to anyone.
  35. faterdom
    faterdom 18 December 2019 15: 25
    +2
    This is what is correct: it is necessary to articulate in advance and clearly: this and that, here it is impossible, here again it is impossible! And there are no "universal routes", "world heritage" and other nonsense!
    "Mine is mine, but about yours - let's speculate!" They like to attribute this proverb to Khodorkovsky, but I think it is much older.
    And this is the principle that the country's leadership should have in the international context. So that it would be impossible to build any "Overton windows" in our mumbled, preoccupied position without entering into a heated conflict with our triad.
  36. Ros 56
    Ros 56 18 December 2019 15: 27
    0
    That's right, and they don’t give a damn there, this is our SMP, we will threaten the hotel with the Swede and any other NATAMs. laughing
  37. eagle owl
    eagle owl 18 December 2019 15: 32
    +1
    In Russian - "You will crawl off! And you will grow crooked!"
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  39. Alexander Sosnitsky
    Alexander Sosnitsky 18 December 2019 16: 58
    -1
    This ban will be sanctions for all the same Western bans combined. Everything is closed to the north pole. Just because I wanted to. To not be very smart.
  40. Disorder
    Disorder 18 December 2019 17: 01
    0
    Earlier, the commander of the US Coast Guard, Admiral Paul Zukunft, said that according to the USA, the Northern Sea Route should be a transport artery open to all countries of the world.

    Well, it is open ... outside the territorial waters of Russia. Swim as you want, and get stuck in the ice - "The problems of the blacks, the sheriff does not care."
  41. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 18 December 2019 17: 27
    0
    "... there is no need for warships of other countries to be in this sea corridor. ..."
    Yeah))) Those wishing to "other countries" let them present a sufficient number of warships of the required ice class. Then let them try to blather something. Only by that time, I suspect, the entire NSR will be under such an "umbrella" that it would be suicide to go there without asking. And the rest - mattresses squeak, drying in the breeze.
  42. Looking for
    Looking for 18 December 2019 17: 44
    -1
    Why would the Panama Canal not make the transport artery FREE FOR ALL COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD.
  43. Starper-xnumx
    Starper-xnumx 18 December 2019 18: 34
    0
    Russia does not see the need to find foreign warships on the Northern Sea Route, as it is able to independently fully ensure the safety of navigation in this area

    Aha already. Punch .. No gentlemen. Through Africa, etc.
    And Sevput, suffered since the days of the USSR! And we won’t let other people's swindlers go there .. soldier
    Payment by tariff and no Somali pirates and other dangers .. Only polar bears (also under our protection))))
    The Northern Icebreaker Fleet of Russia, the most powerful in the world! We have the right to establish our own rules in this area .. Who wants to check, well, please.

    These walruses are also protected by the Russians!
  44. Ryaruav
    Ryaruav 18 December 2019 19: 24
    0
    this is our sector of the Arctic and there is nothing to wobble there all sorts of nonsense
  45. Dikson
    Dikson 19 December 2019 20: 37
    0
    The Chinese are already transporting coal from the coast of the Kara Sea .. if their frigate or military icebreaker starts carrying out a bulk carrier on the NSR our defense ministry, I think I will leave comments with me ..
  46. Operator
    Operator 19 December 2019 20: 38
    0
    Quote: Dikson
    the enemy will say

    Firstly, who cares what the captain of a foreign warship that entered our ships with a violation of the International Maritime Convention says (see the Kerch Strait)?

    Secondly, have you already canceled radio communications on the international channel to warn the captain about violation of the sovereignty of the Russian Federation and the entry into force of our legislation on border violators (stall and wait for the inspection group in the form of a helicopter landing)?

    Thirdly, when a foreign ship tries to leave our terrorists without disembarking the inspection group, shoot to kill should be done exclusively with barreled weapons, or is a missile weapon still suitable (for example, a Zircon with a flight time of 6 minutes)?
  47. Ros 56
    Ros 56 25 February 2020 09: 49
    0
    The appearance of foreign warships on the NSR should be regarded as a bellie incident.