I agree that a heavier launch system is needed (eg for support of BEO manned operations), but its unfair to criticize current Angara models for not being able to meet these new requirements. Ostapenko seems to be indulging in some political kabuki, but what is his real agenda? Is it as simple as wanting to divert resources from extra A-5 pads to accelerate a SHLV program?
If so, a sensible tactic would be to ensure that SHLV launch pads are designed to be able to accomodate A-5/A-7 launches as well. SHLV launch rates will be relatively low compared to A-5 class vehicles, so being able to utilise the facility for other launchers between SHLV missions makes a lot of sense IMHO. I can envision a flame pit & launch platform design that can be configured to suit a range of vehicles, and a number of service towers on seperate rail systems that can be deployed to suit the particular launcher class being employed. Launch support systems (instrumentation, communications, hydraulics, controls, fuelling etc) should be designed to use standard interfaces where possible to maximise commonality and reduce complexity.