Atle Staalesen

"Good-bye my angel, good-bye my warrior," local politician Maria Serebrenikova writes in a social media post about her killed spouse.
July 28, 2023
The Bavenit has sailed to the Chukchi Sea and started exploration drilling just few kilometres from the maritime border to the USA.
July 27, 2023
New legislation opens up for establishment of regional military companies that will be in charge of "guarding the state border in times of war."
July 27, 2023
Up to 200,000 tons of crude oil is on its way into one of the toughest shipping routes on earth.
July 26, 2023
Research vessel Mikhail Somov got stuck in shallow waters as it was sailing to a nearby meteorological station. On board are 91 people.
July 25, 2023
The president's planned visit to Severomorsk, the Northern Fleet headquarters, was reportedly cancelled due to "bad weather."
July 24, 2023
Shortly after Vladimir Putin paid a visit to the LNG construction center, the 640,000 ton installation started its voyage from Murmansk to the port of Utrenneye in the Gulf of Ob.
July 23, 2023
Russia's nuclear-powered icebreakers made a total of 435 ship escort operations in the first half of 2023. New industrial projects in the Yenisey Bay now generate growth in Arctic shipping, says nuclear icebreaker operator Atomflot.
July 12, 2023
The landing ship "Olenegorsky Gornyak" has been assigned to transportation of civilians and commercial goods to and from the occupied peninsula.
July 12, 2023
Russia is about to start the building of six improved Kilo-class submarines for Arctic waters. They will all get their names from occupied Ukrainian cities.
July 10, 2023