Commander in Chief: The General Staff of the Russian Navy had already started moving from Moscow to St. Petersburg

Commander in Chief: The General Staff of the Russian Navy had already started moving from Moscow to St. Petersburg

Move Head of Staff of the Navy (Navy) RF from Moscow St. Petersburg has already begun, said RIA Announcements on Mon in St. Petersburg, Navy Commander Vice Admiral Viktor Chirkov.

Previously, it was clear that the predecessor in office CHirkova Navy Commander Admiral Vladimir Vysotsky was fired specifically because of the failure to translate chief headquarters Fleet of Moscow the northern capital. Some media RF reported that move will begin in September.

"I have, in practice, work in St. Petersburg, to me is a group of chiefs of central control head Command of the Navy," — said Teals, responding to a question about the timing of the move of staff.

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