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Sunday, March 25, 2018

Komoyedov: the Baltic fleet from service removed 36 admirals and officers

The head of the defense Committee of the state Duma, Admiral Vladimir Komoedov said that in the Baltic fleet in total from official duties was suspended 36 admirals and officers. The MP added that the Board of the Minister of defence, which investigates the situation in BF, surfaced things about which he cannot tell the press.

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Komoedov said that was present on Board of the Minister of defence, after which it was announced that Sergei Shoigu has suspended BF commander Vice Admiral Viktor Kravchuk and the head of staff of the Navy Vice Admiral Sergei Popov.

According to Komoyedov, there are some things he can tell the press, but all the violations associated with military readiness, reports “Interfax”. In the end, said the head of the Duma Committee under the decree of the President got 36 people – the commander, chief of staff, Nicobar, commander of the naval base and others. At the same time, stressed Komoedov, they were dismissed without discharge.

He also said that the management had a claim not only to the combat readiness of the fleet, but logistics and food for the soldiers. As it turned out, had evidence of moshennichestva with food.

Komoedov noted that to protect people, taken from office for no reason.

The MP also visited the hospital ex-commander Viktor Kravchuk. He was seriously ill and underwent a second operation. Kravchuk said that back on may 10 filed a report on the dismissal to the reserve.

Recall that Viktor Kravchuk and Sergei Popov presented for removal from posts and dismissal from military service.

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