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British Delegation Visited Northern Fleet

British Delegation Visited Northern Fleet 24.11.2011
Text: Northern Fleet Information Support Group
Photo: Northern Fleet Information Support Group
British delegation headed by Defense Attaché Brig. Gen. Carl Scott visited Northern Fleet (NF) main naval base Severomorsk.

The delegation visited war memorial in Severomorsk where British and Canadian pilots died in WW2 are buried. British diplomats and NF command laid wreaths at graves of foreign and Soviet warriors defended polar region from Nazi Germans.

The protocol meeting of British guests and NF command took place at Northern Fleet HQ. According to NF Commander Vice Admiral Vladimir Korolev, such visits have become a good tradition which has been lasting for many years and promotes understanding between countries and nations united by common history.

Anti-Hitler allies annually celebrate the Remembrance Day in November. The current visit of British delegation was associated with that date as well.

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