Russia’s new naval doctrine defines the US and NATO as the main security threat

Russia’s new naval doctrine defines the US and NATO as the main security threat

The signing of the decrees on the new naval doctrine and the statute of the Russian Navy took place in the State Museum of History of St. Petersburg in the Fortress of St. Peter and St. Paul

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Sputnik Brazil This Sunday (31st) Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the decrees on the new naval doctrine and the statute of the Russian Navy.

The ceremony took place in the St. Petersburg State Museum of History in the Fortress of St. Peter and St. Paul.

During the opening speech of the parade, Putin explained that the new naval doctrine defines the country’s borders and zones of national interest.

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“We have clearly delineated the borders and zones of Russia’s national interests, both economic and vital and strategic. These are primarily the waters of the Black Sea, the Sea of ​​Okhotsk and the Bering Sea, the Baltic Sea and the Kuril Strait. them firmly and by any means necessary,” Putin said.

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In addition, the President stressed that Russia will firmly guarantee the defense of its maritime borders, adding that the Navy is ready to respond “immediately” to any threat to Russian sovereignty and freedom.

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“The current situation requires that we take appropriate, swift and decisive action. I am convinced that the current generation of sailors and officers is a reliable and resilient pillar of the Motherland,” Putin said.

The new Russian naval doctrine still defines the attempt at US domination as the main threat to national maritime security as well as the growth of NATO activities.

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“The main challenges and threats to the national security and sustainable development of Russia in relation to the oceans are the strategic line of ocean domination of the United States and its global impact on the development of international processes, including those related to the use of communications, transport and energy resources of the oceans,” the document says.

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