the First time the Russian bark moored in one of the largest cities in South America. Shine pipes of the orchestra of the Argentine air force and the shining skyscrapers, the Kruzenshtern sailed to Buenos Aires. On Board met world war II veterans, along with students, they launched the second stage of the transatlantic expedition dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the great Victory.
official event on Board the barque – the visit of the Ambassador of the Russian Federation Dmitry Feoktistov, as well as the signing of bilateral intergovernmental agreements in the field of fisheries. The parties discussed possible options for joint fishing in the South Atlantic and the results of a study of the stocks of krill off the coast of Antarctica. As noted by the head of the Agency Ilya Shestakov, this task is included in the strategy of the fishery sector until 2030. “In some companies there is a great desire to come here, to carry out catching krill, but need subsidies, financial support from the state,” said the Minister.
On Board the barque was launched the second stage of the transatlantic expedition to the 75-th anniversary of Victory in the great Patriotic war. As reported STRC “Kaliningrad”, the “Kruzenshtern” has invited those who worked in the rear, letting you Win. which is the opportunity to meet with compatriots. In addition, in Argentina for the past five years on 9 may the campaign “Immortal regiment”. Marie Kadar, the veteran said: “those Wishing to participate in the action a lot, but there are those who can’t come. And the young are coming with the portraits of his distant relatives”.
Dmitry Feoktistov, Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation in Argentina said: “When we go with the action “Immortal regiment” in the center of the city, ordinary Argentines to join us and go together. And this year we hope the geography of the campaign to expandll, it will be about 10 cities.”
Walking through the streets of Buenos Aires today, the crew of the barque “Kruzenshtern” took a course to the Canary Islands.
Text: GTRK “Kaliningrad”