Assembly of the icebreaker “Narvskaya Zastava” began in St. Petersburg 17:25

The St. Petersburg authorities have begun construction of the icebreaker “Narvskaya Zastava”, a partner of “Nevskaya Zastava”. In this regard reports “Moyka78”, with reference to the press service of the city administration. It was announced that the ship will protect the Northern capital from floods when ice accumulates.

The opening ceremony took place at the Nobel Brothers Shipyard in Rybinsk. The icebreaker is expected to be launched by the end of 2026.

The publication recalls that the older brother of Narvskaya Zastava, Nevskaya Zastava, has been protecting St. Petersburg from floods caused by ice accumulation for 15 years.

First Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Denis Manturov in May It has been saidThe world’s most powerful nuclear icebreaker called Rossiya is planned to be built by 2030. Three ships of the corresponding series – “Siberia”, “Arctic” and “Ural” are already on duty in the waters of the Arctic Ocean.

The Zvezda shipbuilding complex in the Far East is responsible for the construction of Rossiya.

Former political scientist stated About Russia’s leading role in global shipbuilding.

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Source: Gazeta


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