MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, examined the exposition and funds of the Central Naval Museum, and also held a working meeting, at which a complex of issues of interaction between the Admiralty and the museum was discussed.
The meeting was attended by the director of the Central Naval Museum Ruslan Nekhai, museum staff, heads of the naval command and control bodies. Particular emphasis was placed on preparations for the 325th anniversary of the Russian fleet, which will be celebrated in 2021, on intensifying joint work in the interests of preserving the historical traditions of the Navy, on further expanding the military history work with the participation of the Museum in the Northern, Pacific, Black Sea , The Baltic Fleets and the Caspian Flotilla.
Ruslan Nekhai reported to the commander-in-chief on the main directions for the development of the museum’s branches in St. Petersburg, the Baltic and Black Sea fleets.
During his visit to the museum, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov examined its unique exposition and funds, as well as the exhibition of the marine painter Sergei Makarov, the photo exhibition “Aristocrats of the Seas”, dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the discovery of Antarctica by Russian sailors and prepared by full members of the Russian Geographical Society, members of the Russian Historical Society and The Creative Union of Russian Artists by photographers Alexander Alyakrinsky, Yuri Maslyaev, Alexander Kilmet, artist-designer Rosita Ruiz.
“The Central Naval Museum is a world-class museum. He is the keeper of the historical annals of the Russian fleet, more than three centuries of its traditions. The main command of the Russian Navy will continue to closely cooperate with the museum, using its unique potential to educate new generations of naval sailors, ”noted the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov.
1 2 3 4 5
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.