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By order of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, the ship was named “Bravy”. This is the sixth ship in this series of corvettes being built for the Navy at the Amur shipyard.
The solemn ceremony, marking the beginning of the construction of a new serial ship, was held by Amur shipbuilders in one of the construction docks of the slipway shop. At the direction of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, the head of the shipbuilding department of the Main Command of the Russian Navy, Captain I Rank Ilyas Shigapov, took part in the ceremony. On behalf of Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, he conveyed his congratulations to the shipbuilders of the Amur shipyard on this significant event. The congratulatory speech of the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, which was read out at the ceremony of laying the corvette “Bravy”, expressed confidence that the Amur shipbuilders, as always, will build the order on time and with excellent quality.
Vyacheslav Gospodinov, Director of the State Defense Order Department of United Shipbuilding Corporation JSC, also took part in the laying ceremony, who in turn noted that “The laying stage means the beginning of ship construction, but the ship will not stay on the slipway for very long, and the management of the United Shipbuilding Corporation hopes, that the slipway period for the construction of the ship will proceed in full accordance with the construction schedule. I wish the plant to fulfill this important state order with proper quality and on time “
The laying ceremony for the new ship was attended by representatives of the Government of the Khabarovsk Territory and the administration of Komsomolsk-on-Amur, guests and employees of the enterprise.
A mortgage board was installed on the new corvette by the head of the shipbuilding department of the Main Command of the Russian Navy, Captain I Rank Ilyas Shigapov and First Deputy General Director of Amur Shipyard PJSC Mikhail Borovsky
According to the naval tradition, the mortgage section of the new ship was consecrated according to the Orthodox church rite. The head of the Diocesan Department for Cooperation with the Armed Forces and Law Enforcement Institutions of the Amur and Chegdomyn Dioceses, Priest Vladimir, wished prosperity and prosperity to the enterprise and its employees.
At the laying ceremony for the Bravy corvette, it was noted that the Amur shipbuilders had successfully mastered the construction of project 20380 corvettes. “Sharp” will join. This line was continued by the new corvette “Grozny”, laid down by the Amur shipbuilders in August this year. It is planned that the corvette “Bravy” will be accepted into the Navy in 2025.
On the eve of the ceremony, the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, at a working meeting on surface shipbuilding, which took place in the Admiralty, “Project 20380 corvettes are capable of solving a wide range of tasks as part of diverse fleet groupings and singly. These ships have efficient armament, high maneuverability and excellent controllability. The ships of this project have unique technical parameters and armament for operations in the sea zone “
“The Navy has worked out the organization of crew training for ships of this project, which allows personnel to professionally master new equipment and weapons in a short time. Along with the unfolded serial construction of project 20380 corvettes, the infrastructure for their basing and the system of servicing these ships are being improved, ”said Admiral Nikolai Evmenov.
In turn, the General Director of the 51 Central Design and Technological Institute for Ship Repair (51CKTIS) Georgy Muru said that “As part of the development of the service system for new generation surface ships, the institute is developing repair and technical documentation for all types of factory repair of project 20380 corvettes. some of this documentation has already been developed. The final stage of the development of repair and technical documentation for these ships is planned for the period 2022 – 2024. In this work, we closely interact with the specialized command and control bodies of the Main Command of the Russian Navy. “
Information about PJSC “Amur Shipyard”
PJSC “Amur Shipbuilding Plant” (Komsomolsk-on-Amur, part of the USC) is one of the largest shipbuilding enterprises in the Far East region of Russia, operating since July 1, 1936. NEA possesses the necessary licenses to carry out the entire range of works on the construction, repair and disposal of warships, submarines and ships with any power plant. The production facilities and technical equipment are adapted for the construction of ships and vessels with a launch weight of up to 10,000 tons, a length of up to 150 meters and a width of up to 20 meters.
Over the 80-year history of its activity, the plant has produced more than 300 ships and vessels for various purposes. For the navy, 57 units of nuclear submarines, 41 units of diesel-electric submarines, 57 units of surface combat ships were built. The average repair of eight submarines and two floating technical bases for recharging reactors was carried out. To this day, the Amur Shipyard remains the main base in the Far East for the construction of warships for the Pacific Fleet. The plant is part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation JSC and is included in the list of strategic enterprises and organizations.
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United Shipbuilding Corporation JSC is the largest shipbuilding company in Russia. It was created in accordance with the decree of the President of the Russian Federation in 2007 with 100% of the shares in federal ownership. The holding includes about 40 enterprises and organizations of the industry (major shipbuilding and ship repair yards, leading design bureaus). At present, most of the domestic shipbuilding complex has been consolidated on the basis of USC. The Russian market is the main one for the state corporation, which also exports its products to 20 countries of the world.
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