The parade in honor of the Russian Navy Day was also held at a foreign base - in Syrian Tartus

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Today in Russia in honor of the Day of the Naval fleet military parades were held in different cities - primarily those based on the ships of the fleets and flotillas. The main parade was broadcast by central TV channels in St. Petersburg. At the same time, the naval parade was also held at the foreign base of the Russian Navy in Syrian Tartus.

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, 13 ships (including submarines), support vessels and boats of the Russian Navy were involved in the celebrations in Tartus. The parade was also attended by 18 different aircraft of the Aerospace Forces and the Marine aviation The Russian Navy.



Together with Russian ships and vessels, Syrian ships and boats also took part in the naval parade - a sea minesweeper and two missile boats of the SAR naval forces.



Solemn events in honor of the Day of the Russian Navy were also held in Avacha Bay. There, in parade formation, 8 ships and vessels of the Pacific Fleet lined up.

Military sailors and marines performed demonstration performances as part of the festive program:

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    1. +3
      July 31 2022
      Today in Russia, in honor of the Day of the Navy, military parades were held in different cities - primarily those who are based on the ships of the fleets and flotillas. The main parade was broadcast by central TV channels in St. Petersburg. At the same time, the naval parade was also held at the foreign base of the Russian Navy in Syrian Tartus.

      Happy holiday to all involved!
      1. +5
        July 31 2022
        Once again, Happy Holidays to all involved!
        Happy Russian Navy Day!
        All of you health, success, luck and happiness in your personal life! love

        Artem Simonov - Cutting through the expanses of the seas ....
    2. +3
      July 31 2022
      Happy Holidays!
    3. +2
      July 31 2022
      Tartus was shown on TV. And Vladik from Murmansk. Well, Peter of course. But Sevastopol, "the pride of Russian sailors", as it were, does not exist.
      Personally, I feel ashamed and offended.
      1. 0
        August 1 2022
        there was no parade in Sevastopol
    4. -1
      August 1 2022
      It's great in Tartus, but what about in Sevastopol?
      1. +1
        August 1 2022
        there was no parade in Sevastopol
        1. -2
          August 1 2022
          Yes, I know, I asked with a sneer.
    5. +1
      August 3 2022
      now is not the time for parades, and there is not much to celebrate yet. After the Black Sea Fleet just screwed up, losing the flagship Moscow, the large landing craft and offshore platforms, what kind of parades are there. Organizational conclusions must be made and put in order there without delay. And the UAV that flew into the territory of the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet and dropped a grenade on it only proved once again that a mess is going on there, and possibly betrayal. Better instead of parades, the money spent on holding them was used to purchase UAVs, thermal imagers, collimator sights, body armor, first aid kits and other ammunition, which the armies of the DPR, LPR and the Russian Federation lack.
      1. 0
        August 7 2022
        Quote: wladimirjankov
        having lost ineptly flagship moscow

        The singer Cord is to blame for everything with his song "Moscow burned down." jinxed it.

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