The Russian Navy will receive eight surface ships and submarines this year


The United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) plans to transfer eight surface ships and submarines to the Russian Navy in 2022, reports TASS.

The corporation did not specify which ships and submarines the Navy would receive, but said that it would be equipment of “different types and purposes.”

Also TASSreported that the second serial nuclear submarine missile carrier “Borey-A” “Generalissimo Suvorov” will be transferred to the Navy in December 2022.

Earlier it was reported that USC will show the latest developments on March 22 at an exhibition in the State Duma dedicated to the 15th anniversary of the company. The exposition includes ten models of ships and vessels produced by USC.

USC was established in 2007 in accordance with the decree of President Vladimir Putin. The Corporation is the largest shipbuilding holding in Russia, providing about 80% of domestic shipbuilding.

Previously became knownthat Sudan does not object to the appearance of a Russian naval base on its territory, if this does not threaten the national security of the country.

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