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KALININGRAD, February 22 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia’s Baltic Fleet submarines will be transferred from their current base in Kronshtadt to Baltiisk, the main base of the fleet.
Baltic Fleet Commander, Vice-Admiral Viktor Chirkov said on Wednesday, February 22, that this would happen after the necessary infrastructure has been built at the new base.
“After that we will transfer the submarines from the Leningrad naval base to Baltiisk, the main base of the fleet,” he said.