International orders for Russian ships skyrocket


December 19, 2017 – FRN – 

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Vesti Finance – translated by Inessa Sinchougova 

Foreign customers are ‘in line’ for the purchase of Russian ships after the demonstrated combat use of such ships in Syria, said the head of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) Alexei Rakhmanov.

After the Syrian campaign, “absolutely everybody got in line. After demonstrating the effectiveness of the technology, everybody realized that these are not jokes,” Rakhmanov said. 

“Our traditional partners, those with a certain degree of skepticism related to what we are able to do, moved from general discussions to contracts, the purchase of weapons” added Rakhmanov.

Russia began its military operation against international terrorists in Syria on September 30, 2015. A week later, Russian Navy ships took part in the operations for the first time. 

The rocket ships “Dagestan”, “Grad Sviyazhsk”, “Great Ustyug” and “Uglich” used cruise missiles, producing 26 starts from the water of ​​the Caspian Sea. From the Mediterranean Sea, the launch of the cruise missiles Caliber followed on December 8, 2015, from the diesel-electric submarine Rostov-on-Don. Missile launches against international terrorists were repeatedly performed by other surface and submarine ships of the Russian Navy.

Inessa Sinchougova is an Editor and Journalist at Fort Russ News, as well as a research fellow and translator of the Belgrade based think-tank, the Center for Syncretic Studies. She was educated at Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand), in the field of Political Science and was previously employed in Marketing and Communications Strategy for a Multi-National Corporation. She runs a popular YouTube channel for translations of key Russian Foreign Policy figures and appears regularly on other alternative media channels. If you like her work, you can support her Patreon here.

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