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A source in the Russian domestic defense industry has claimed that the first radar will be set up in the Sakhalin Region. They said: “Under the state armament program through 2027, up to five Rezonans-N radar stations are due to be deployed in the Far East, with the first of them to be set up in the Sakhalin Region. “The radar’s exact location will be defined by the Defense Ministry.”

However, according to the Russian news agency TASS, those claims have not been officially confirmed as of yet.

Earlier this year, another source said that Russia would start training combat teams to operate these radars in 2022.

A single-module station of this type has already been set up at the training centre of the Air Defense Forces’ radio-technical troops in the Vladimir Region in central Russia.

As of now, three Rezonans-N all-around surveillance four-module radar stations are on combat alert or have been deployed in the Russian Northern Fleet’s 45th Air Force and Air Defense Army.

Another two radars are being employed in the Russian Arctic.

Rezonans radars operate in the meter band and employ the principle of wave resonance, which enables them to detect aircraft based on stealth technology and also hypersonic targets flying at a speed of up to Mach 20 (twenty times the speed of sound).

The radar is capable of detecting targets and issuing target acquisition on aerodynamic targets at a distance of 600 km and at a range of 1,200 km on ballistic targets and at an altitude of up to 100 km.

The news comes after a Russian Navy anti-submarine destroyer named Vice-Admiral Kulakov entered the English Channel accompanied by multiple support vessels earlier this month.

The press office of the Russian Northern fleet reported on August 14 that a large anti-submarine ship entered the English Channel.

The statement said: “Today, a detachment of ships and support vessels, headed by the large anti-submarine ship Vice-Admiral Kulakov of the Northern Fleet, passed the Pas-de-Calais and continues to move southward in the English Channel.”

The fleet consisted of a Russian corvette military ship called “Gremyachchiy” that belongs to the Pacific Fleet, and a minesweeper vessel named “Vladimir Emelyanov” from the Black Sea Fleet.

The two ships reportedly joined the anti-submarine destroyer Vice-Admiral Kulakov of the Northern Fleet in the North Sea on August 12 after participating in Russia’s Main Naval Parade.

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The ships were meant to work together on a number of unspecified tasks that included inter-fleet cooperation and long trips.

The Main Naval Parade took place on the river Neva in St Petersburg on July 25, which is known as Navy Day in Russia.

Around 4,000 sailors, and over 50 ships, boats and submarines took part in the parade.

More than 40 aeroplanes and helicopters were also present, according to the President of Russia’s website.

Vladimir Putin sailed aboard a ship that circled the parade formation in the Bay of Finland.

Mr Putin greeted the crews and congratulated them on Navy Day.

The Russian President said: “We love and honour our Navy and rightly take pride in its outstanding heroic history and the names of the brilliant fleet commanders and talented shipbuilders – all those who, through the centuries, bravely fought and won in the name of the Fatherland, made legendary geographical discoveries and gave humankind the most valuable knowledge of the unique diversity and beauty of our vast world.”

Mr Putin added: “Today, the Russian Navy has everything it needs to secure the defence of our native country and our national interests.

“We are capable of detecting any submarine, surface or airborne adversary and dealing them an imminent strike if necessary.”

He continued: “Russia has ensured its naval presence in almost all regions of the World Ocean, and the faithful successors to the marine combat glory of our Fatherland keep watch in the northern and southern latitudes.”

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