Four nuclear submarines will be delivered right away next year in Russia

In 2020, Russia's submarine fleet will become larger and stronger thanks to four new nuclear submarines created by the United Shipbuilding Corporation.

The head of Sevmash (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) Mikhail Budnichenko in an interview with the agency TASS He said that next year the company will transfer to the fleet: the Belgorod nuclear submarine, the Prince Oleg strategic project 955A missile submarine cruiser, as well as two Kazan and Novosibirsk project 885M multipurpose nuclear submarines.

As the director of the defense enterprise noted, nuclear submarines were created as part of the construction of two groups of nuclear submarines of the 4th generation.

In addition, the director of Sevmash spoke about what work will be carried out in 2020 on the Admiral Nakhimov Project 11442M heavy nuclear missile cruiser:

In 2020, work will be performed on the ship of Project 11442M to ensure the withdrawal of the ship from the dock. The next stage is completion at the embankment of the enterprise and preparation for testing. Work on the ship is carried out in accordance with the schedule. After modernization, the ship will be armed with high-precision long-range weapons, as well as powerful anti-submarine weapons.

According to Budnichenko, all production, labor and financialeconomic Sevmash's performance indicators testify to the steady growth of the defense enterprise.
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