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Russian Northern Fleet Commander Aleksandr Moiseev appointed Admiral


President Vladimir Putin has a signed a decree appointing the powerful leader of the Arctic forces Aleksandr Moiseev to Admiral, the second-highest rank in the Russian Navy. The decree was published on the Government’s portal after Putin put his stamp on it on December 10. Aleksandr Moiseev had the rank as Vice-Admiral when he last May was appointed as new Head Commander of the Northern Fleet. He had then commanded the Black Sea Fleet for a year in Sevastopol on the annexed Crimea. Being the head Commander of the Northern Fleet, the largest of Russia’s four fleets, is more prestigious than commanding the…

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