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Russian Navy will get the third overhauled Yasen-class atomic fueled submarine

Russian Navy will get the third overhauled Yasen-class atomic fueled submarine 


The Russian Navy 


Navy will get the third overhauled Yasen-class atomic fueled submarine one year from now, Alexey Rakhmanov, the leader of Russia's United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC), said on Wednesday. 


The Russian Navy will get the third overhauled Yasen-class atomic fueled submarine one year from now, Alexey Rakhmanov, the leader of Russia's United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC), said on Wednesday. 

"Everything is going on as indicated by the calendar," Rakhmanov told columnists, reacting emphatically to the topic of whether the third Yasen-class submarine would join the Russian Navy in 2020. 

The Yasen-class (venture 885M) is a progression of Russia's most up to date atomic fueled multipurpose assault submarines. In March 2017, the second updated Yasen-class submarine, the Kazan, was glided out by the Sevmash shipbuilder in Russia's Severodvinsk. 

Rakhmanov said he lamented that the preliminaries of the Kazan submarine were upset in 2018, including that there was trust the vessel would be authorized for the current year.

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