Putin opens Navy Day parade in St Petersburg

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Russia is holding its annual Navy Day parade in St. Petersburg on Sunday, which involves dozens of warships and aircraft.

More than 50 ships, boats, and submarines, including the missile cruiser ‘Marshal Ustinov,’ the frigate ‘Admiral Kasatonov,’ and the strategic missile submarine ‘Knyaz Vladimir,’ will be involved in the naval parade, marking the 325th anniversary of the Russian fleet. Ships of the Indian, Pakistani, and Iranian navies are also expected to take part in the celebration.

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