In Kaliningrad in the Victory parade was attended by 1.5 thousand people

About 1.5 thousand servicemen of the Baltic fleet and employees of other law enforcement agencies, as well as modern military equipment, standing on the armament of the fleet, took part in the Victory parade on the main square of Kaliningrad, the press service of the Baltic fleet.

He commanded the military parade Deputy commander of the Baltic fleet, Vice Admiral Sergei Yeliseyev, took the parade commander of the Baltic fleet, Admiral Alexander Nosatov.

At the head of a mechanized column, consisting of 75 units of military equipment at the Victory square, its course passed the legendary T-34 tank. Military equipment was represented by tanks T-72B3, large-caliber guns "Giatsint" self-propelled artillery installations "Carnation", anti-aircraft missile systems s-400, anti-aircraft gun complexes "Pantsir - S1", tactical missile complexes "Iskander", anti-ship coastal missile systems "Bal" and "Bastion", the reactive systems of volley fire "Grad" and "Smerch" and others.

After the ground of the parade of Kaliningrad in a single air formation flew 20 aircraft and helicopters. Flight altitude ranged from 150 to 300 meters at speeds from 160 to 550 kilometers per hour. The aircraft took off from three airfields in Kaliningrad region: Chkalovsk near Kaliningrad, Chernyakhovsk and a military airfield in the village of Donskoye.

On the Baltic fleet noted that in preparation for the parade the soldiers were hosed down intended for the carriage of personnel vehicles, places to live. All participants of the parade were under the supervision of military doctors and underwent testing for the presence of coronavirus, contacts of participants of parade with other military personnel were excluded.

As told in the press service of the Baltic fleet, 22:00 (23:00 MSK) in Kaliningrad servicemen of motorized infantry regiment of the army corps of the Baltic fleet will give fireworks of the most famous Soviet guns of the great Patriotic war — ZIS-3, which participated in the East Prussian offensive operation and storm of the fortress city of Konigsberg in early April 1945.