The Naval Doctrine outlines areas of national interest, primarily in the Kuril Islands and the Arctic, which the country will defend “by all means,” Putin said. Borisov said that the doctrine will affect mobilization readiness =”(max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
In the new Maritime Doctrine of Russia, the borders and zones of the country's national interests are openly designated, primarily — in the Arctic, the Black, Okhotsk and Bering Seas, as well as the straits in the Baltic and the Kuriles. This was stated by President Vladimir Putin in his speech at the Navy Day parade in Kronstadt. RBC is broadcasting.
“We will ensure their protection firmly and by all means. The key here— these are the capabilities of the navy. He is able to respond with lightning speed to anyone who decides to encroach on our sovereignty and freedom,»,— added by the president.
Putin noted that the Russian navy successfully and honorably fulfills strategic tasks on the borders of Russia and in any region of the World Ocean.
The naval doctrine is published on the Kremlin website. The document added the assertion that Russia's independent foreign and domestic policy is opposed by the United States and its allies, who “seek to maintain their dominance in the world.” The role of the force factor, as noted in the doctrine, is not reduced.
As the main challenges and threats, the doctrine defines the expansion of NATO, the US course for dominance in the oceans, “the desire of the United States and its allies to restrict access”; Russia in the resources of the World Ocean, as well as “territorial claims to the Russian federation of a number of states concerning its coastal and island territories.”
The document defines the key risks for activities as follows: Russia's significant dependence on maritime transportation and the functioning of offshore pipeline systems, the inconsistency of the state and composition of the research fleet with modern requirements and the scale of tasks, international sanctions against shipbuilding enterprises of the industrial complex and oil and gas companies.
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The new provisions of the Naval Doctrine also relate to mobilization training and mobilization readiness in the field of maritime activities, Yury Borisov said in May (then he served as deputy prime minister for the military-industrial complex). The document was approved under the conditions of unprecedented sanctions, “total hybrid war” Western countries against Russia and special operations in Ukraine, he continued.
According to him, the approved measures will ensure the entry into the Navy of civilian ships and crews, the operation of maritime infrastructure in wartime. Moreover, the updating of the Naval Doctrine is not aimed at confrontation, but only concerns the strengthening of Russia's national security, Borisov believes.
The Naval Doctrine was adopted in Russia in 2001, in the summer of 2015 Putin introduced it amendments due to “NATO expansion” to the east and the annexation of the Crimea. Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin then noted that the text reflects the changing situation in the world and the strengthening of Russia as a maritime power.
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