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The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, congratulated the shipbuilders on their professional holiday, the Day of the Shipbuilder, which is celebrated annually on June 29.

In his congratulations to the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, it was noted that “the naval shipbuilding industry has preserved all its best traditions, which today allow building the world’s best warships, nuclear and non-nuclear submarines, and support vessels for the Russian Navy, which turns 325 this year. Thanks to the advanced domestic scientific thought, the selfless labor of shipbuilders who are in love with their profession, the power and potential of the Russian Navy is confidently growing stronger and developing. “

“The level of interaction between the Main Command of the Navy and the United Shipbuilding Corporation, all companies, enterprises, organizations working in the interests of the Navy, allows us to determine the shape of the development of the naval component and the component of naval weapons, both in the short and long term,” said Admiral Nikolay Evmenov in his congratulations.

In many respects, thanks to our shipbuilders, the Navy today is able to operate effectively in all latitudes of the World Ocean. Ships and submarines have proven in practice their reliability and their characteristics. Our joint activity is aimed at the further creation and development of a qualitatively new in its composition and combat capabilities of the Navy, which guarantees and will guarantee the protection of the national interests of the Russian Federation in the World Ocean. The Russian Navy is the Oceanic Fleet, which is ready to carry out tasks of any complexity, “- said in the congratulation of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, addressed to the shipbuilders of Russia.

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