Frankly, i fear that in the end it could be none will be built!
i have studied russian and soviet projects from 1915-17 and 1935-50. What gorgeous ideas, what marvelous ships were on the drawing board! Battleships of 35.000 tons with 12/406 artillery. Battleships of 65.000 tons were started building - project 23, later project 24 of 80.000 tons full displacement.
But, neither of them were even launched, they were never finished.
so according to you a 80,000 battleship with absence of war and any need + battleships being obsolete makes sense?!
[qute] Modern russian navy is getting rid of old soviet ships, new vessels are being built, but the rate of building is low. There is serious wavering from side to side, with lack of strategy how major ships should look like. [/quote]
Not entirely correct IMHO. Shipbuilding is not in parallel universe.
First Russia had to rebuild all industry from almost scratch. This is not only equipment or training people. Ti is also, or foremost, building network of subcontractors, efficient management and removing as many as possible price inflating schema.
On top of this add generation change in army /fleet. Why to you thing Putin sacked so many generals and get many new names to both govt and army staff?
And last but not least money supply & external situation impacts strategy right ? nobody could say for sure that USA makes so fast Ukrainian coup to hit Russia. Sanctions also took its toll. If you take this into consideration situation is not that bad with shipbuilding?
OK one thing is fucked up. 22160 should both main entry level corvette and MRK replacing 22800.