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The British recognized the power of the Russian Navy

Russia showed the growing power of its Navy during the last Sunday large-scale naval parade, writes the Daily Mail journalist Amelia winn.

The author noted a major modernization of the Navy in recent years. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the arrival of 40 ships in the fleet and equipment of the Navy hapesukim weapons.

In addition, the reporter noticed that the parades were conducted not only in Saint Petersburg but in other Russian cities: Vladivostok, Sevastopol, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Baltiysk, Severomorsk, the Caspian and the military-naval base in Tartus.

Many readers of the publication agreed with the assessment of the author.

"When the sea borders extend to 12 thousand kilometers, you need a sufficient number of ships to protect them," wrote user thebestcountry.

"Russia is a place where crumbling Empire. Some call it the graveyard of empires," writes I am Comholio.

"Impressive!" — simply noted Obvi.

"The Royal Navy should be increased. We have Maritime boundaries that need to be protected," urged Ben Hall.

"It's a shame that we have such a Patriotic leader like Putin. While he builds ships, Boris (Johnson. — Approx. ed.) gives money to China," wrote henryford1958.

Yesterday in the waters of Kronstadt passed the Main naval parade. It presented a unique unit of the Russian fleet large landing ship "Peter Morgunov", the frigate "Admiral Kasatonov", diesel-electric submarine "Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky", small missile ship "Bremen" and "Mytischi". Characteristics of some of these latest ships are secret.