Plans to conduct in St. Petersburg parade on Navy day on July 26, left, Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to visit the Grand event, told RIA Novosti on Monday, press Secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov.
In may, Putin ordered Sergei Shoigu, to be held on 26 July, the Navy Day the traditional parade at the main bases of the Navy of Russia. The President also proposed to spend the day "Immortal regiment", which was held may 9 in connection with the spread of the coronavirus. Earlier on Monday, Putin agreed with the idea of Federal action to move the procession for next year.
Peskov replied in the affirmative to the question, are there still plans to attend the parade in St. Petersburg, saying: "Yes".
It is expected that only a naval holiday involves 46 vehicles, boats and ships, including the frigate "Admiral Kasatonov," large anti-submarine ship "Vice-Admiral Kulakov," landing large and small missile ships, corvettes, submarines and others. Front line static display near the Palace bridge will lead the recreated historic dockyard the first Russian ship of the line of the XVI century "Poltava".
Added that the air part of the parade in St. Petersburg will be presented to the 41 aircraft: will involve the su-33, su-27, MiG-29, Sukhoi su-24, su-25, anti-submarine aircraft Tu-142, Il-38, amphibious aircraft be-200 and be-12 aircraft airborne early warning and control A-50, a tanker Il-78 simulating refueling in the air, of a pair of the latest su-30 and helicopters Mi-8, Ka-31P, Ka-29 and Ka-27M.
Also on the defense Ministry website you can find information in the form of infographics about the conduct of the July 26 naval parade on the bases of the Navy of Russia – Baltiysk, Vladivostok, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Kaspiysk, Severomorsk and Sevastopol.