Great Britain's Duke Edward of Kent, who is completing his three-day Russian visit today, would be expected to visit the Severomorsk naval base on the Barents Sea coast.
The Duke of Kent, who is a member of the British royal family, is to visit the graves of six British sailors, who were killed in the Second World War, also taking part in the official wreath-laying ceremony.
The Duke of Kent has already visited Arkhangelsk and Murmansk during his tour of northern Russia. The high-ranking British guest, who heads the war-graves commission of the Commonwealth of Nations, intended to visit the graves of British servicemen, who died on Russian territory during both World Wars.
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