The United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) will hand over three newest submarines to the Russian Navy this year, including the nuclear-powered Generalissimo Suvorov (Borey-A project) and Krasnoyarsk (Yasen-M), the director general told RIA Novosti USC Alexey Rakhmanov. In total, USC will hand over 24 ships and warships this year. “By the end of the year, we will hand over to the fleet two nuclear-powered submarines, the Generalissimo Suvorov and Krasnoyarsk nuclear submarines, and one Admiralty boat, the Ufa non-nuclear submarine,” Rakhmanov said. Submarine "Ufa" (project 636.3) is being built at the "Admiralty Shipyards" in St. Petersburg. He stressed that most of the ships and vessels belong to civil shipbuilding, and 10 units - under the state defense order, "some of which are out of repair, some are new construction."
MOSCOW, June 11/ Sputnik Radio. Six ships and submarines will be laid at shipyards on Russia Day, the Russian Defense Ministry said.
"On June 12, the Day of Russia, the leading shipbuilding enterprises of the country will host a mass laying ceremony of six warships for the Navy. The ceremony will be held under the leadership of the Commander-in – Chief of the Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov," RIA Novosti quotes a fragment of the defense Ministry's message.
Admiralty Shipyards will lay two diesel-electric submarines of Project 677 "Vologda" and "Yaroslavl" for the Northern Fleet. Other enterprises will lay the project 12700 anti-mine ship "Polyarny", two ships of the project 03182p and the corvette "Razumny". The commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy will take part in the ceremony via video link. The admiral himself will be stationed at the Admiralty Shipyards.
Evmenov said that the Russian Navy will receive 46 ships this year
The Russian Navy in 2022 will receive 46 warships and support vessels. This was stated by the Commander-in-Chief of the Fleet, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, during the ceremonial laying of warships at shipbuilding enterprises in St. Petersburg, Komsomolsk-on-Amur and Zelenodolsk.
“In 2022, 46 warships and support vessels will be transferred to the Navy. 50 ships are on stocks in varying degrees of readiness... The laying is another step towards achieving the task set by the Supreme Commander-in-Chief to maintain the share of modern ships at a level of at least 70%,” Evmenov said.
Evmenov takes part in the laying of ships via videoconferencing while at the Admiralty Shipyards. The Commander-in-Chief of the Navy gave the command to start work on the construction of ships.
Surface warships and submarines under construction on September 1, 2022. The list mentions the possibility of contracting two more Project 885M submarines during 2022/23, as well as two more Project 955A submarines in the same period. The list also mentions the possibility of laying the keels for two more project 22350 frigates at the "Severnaya Werf" (I am extremely skeptical about this), as well as the conclusion of a contract for two more such frigates at the "Amur Shipyard". ..... The Ulyanovsk submarine is still listed as project 09853, not 885M.
Fleet composition of the Russian Navy on September 1, 2022.
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