That's completely false.
Most likely enemy for anyone is US and their carriers.
Most of navies have only corvettes or light frigates.
Having hypersonic missiles that can destroy carriers is a must for anyone. Russia offers long rabge OTH radars and airborne radars that can help such corvette attack enemy carrier groups safely.
Unless if you think you only enemies are speed boats with drug cartel onboard you better buy a Steregoushchy with UKSK.
What an interesting mindset you have...
If you are setting the US Navy as every ones benchmark then most countries simply can't have viable navies because they will never measure up... they don't have the weapons and sensors and equipment to even try.
If most navies only have corvettes and light frigates then they are doubly fucked because no matter how many carrier killer missiles they can carry the US could just send a dozen SSNs and sink them in port along with the rest of their navy and commerce fleet.
I would agree most would want hypersonic anti ship missiles... especially the US Navy, but for instance the New Zealand Navy has managed to perform a useful service for New Zealand without ever firing an anti ship missile in anger AFAIK.
The purpose of navies is not to fight the US Navy, but to deter interference and regulate the waterways around your country. For most of the time a Zircon missile would be dead weight... in fact 91RE1s would be more useful.
Russia is the only country in the world with the over the horizon radar and satellite network and other assets and systems to employ an effective land defence capacity that makes naval attack a futile choice for any navy on the planet... even the most powerful ones grouped together.
This is great for Russia, but not really a good way to plan and design corvettes for yourself or others in the future.