USC and the Ministry of Defense signed a contract for the supply of frigates project 11356

USC and the Ministry of Defense signed a contract for the supply of frigates project 11356 The contract for the supply of the second three frigates of the 11356 project was signed on Tuesday by representatives of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) and the Ministry of Defense in the framework of the state defense order for the current year, said Alexey Kravchenko, an official representative of USC, on Wednesday.


Ships planned to be delivered the fleet in 2015–2016, ”Kravchenko specified, without informing the amount of the contract.

The contract for the first three frigates of the 11356 project was signed on August 29 by the Ministry of Defense and the Baltic shipbuilding plant “Yantar” (included in USC), ITAR-TASS reports.

The 11356 frigate is designed to conduct combat operations in ocean and sea areas, search for and destroy enemy submarines, carry out anti-ship, air defense and anti-submarine defense of warships and ships at sea, attack ships and ships, and support landing amphibious assault forces. The displacement of the 11356 project ships is 3 thousand 910 tons, length - 124,8 m, width - 15,2 m.
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  1. zczczc
    zczczc 17 September 2011 16: 08 New
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    Yeah, we would have to ten times the release of ships, yes boats, yes T50, at least.
    You have to catch up to the upcoming mess!
    1. Bogatir
      Bogatir 17 September 2011 16: 10 New
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      Problems with releases are and can be.
      1. Banshee 17 September 2011 16: 12 New
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        Why do you think so?
        1. AleksUkr 17 September 2011 16: 18 New
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          Do you doubt it? With our successful MO managers everything can be. The contract is a contract, but will there be money?
          1. AleksUkr 18 September 2011 18: 35 New
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            Please justify the disagreement! So it will be more honest than clicking the down arrow.
        2. Bogatir
          Bogatir 17 September 2011 16: 32 New
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          The problem of shipyard capacity. A certain, so to speak, congestion with the export series - with a breakdown in one. Quality is poor with Indian complaints. Financial problems of the plant due to previously released products. Overloaded with civilian orders, the merchant fleet is also in terrible condition.
          In addition, this type of ship can become a hostage to the one whose interests it is recognized to protect.
          1. zczczc
            zczczc 17 September 2011 20: 30 New
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            Bogatir, that's right - our MO gets what they produced, minus export contracts, minus distractions for a civilian.

            There was a shadow from the defense, very few capacities.
            1. Bogatir
              Bogatir 17 September 2011 22: 17 New
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              Yes, according to the fleet program, there are still incomprehensions with financing and implementation.
  2. dimarm74
    dimarm74 17 September 2011 17: 39 New
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    This, as I understand it, is already in addition to the three under construction .... And for which fleet?
    1. Skills 17 September 2011 20: 01 New
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      The first series for the Black Sea Fleet, about the second yet no information.
  3. His
    His 17 September 2011 17: 45 New
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    Such ships need to be allowed to swim in the Caspian, then conversations in Europe about the Trans-Caspian oil pipeline will subside. Europeans will buy only our oil products
    1. Bogatir
      Bogatir 17 September 2011 22: 20 New
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      What to do to a frigate in the Caspian?
  4. Ivan35
    Ivan35 17 September 2011 17: 50 New
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    Initially, these frigates are 2 times "weaker" than frigates 22350 (8 anti-ship missiles instead of 16 - and the air defense is weaker) - they are "equal" to 20380 corvettes - but the size is the same as the frigate

    Interesting - why it was impossible to strengthen strike weapons and air defense? It turns out that these few frigates will be a deliberately "weakened version"?
    1. Bogatir
      Bogatir 17 September 2011 22: 21 New
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      Talk nonsense.
  5. Rustam 17 September 2011 18: 46 New
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    Initially, these frigates are 2 times "weaker" than frigates 22350 (8 anti-ship missiles instead of 16 - and the air defense is weaker) - they are "equal" to 20380 corvettes - but the size is the same as the frigate

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    your frigate 22350 has been built at the northern shipyard since 2006 and there is no end to it !!!! When laying this ship in 2006, it was assumed that the lead ship would be commissioned in 2009, and its price would be about 7 billion rubles. Then the period moved to 2012, and the price rose to 18 billion. Moreover, the period may still move

    FRIGATES 11356 A GOOD OPTION, BUT placing orders on one amber is stupid and by 2016 will not build 6 pieces !!!! The Baltic Plant, which has also successfully mastered the production of frigates 11356, is idle (but this is the structure of Pugachev and the plant has not yet received orders)
    1. APASUS 17 September 2011 21: 04 New
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      Quote: Rustam
      its price will be about 7 billion rubles. Then the period moved to 2012, and the price increased to 18 billion.

      Our MoE has no conscience, and like the Pindos, the Nunn-Mackerdy ​​statute. If the cost of the final product within the project has grown by more than 50 percent, then Congress can even cut money for such expensive projects!
    2. Bogatir
      Bogatir 17 September 2011 22: 22 New
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      Quote: Rustam
      placing orders on one amber is stupid and by 2016 will not build 6 pieces !!!!

      - I also think that they will not build it.
  6. Patriot
    Patriot 19 September 2011 10: 22 New
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    zczczc
    Yeah, we would have to ten times the release of ships, yes boats, yes T50, at least.
    You have to catch up to the upcoming mess!


    I apologize, but what kind of mess is the country preparing for - a raw materials appendage, with a corrupted people, a destroyed and demoralized army and pro-American authorities, rotten corruption by the authorities? Comrades! WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT? They have long ceased to see the enemy in us. For, it is simply not for them!