Russian Navy discussed prospects of development of shipbuilding at the conference in St. Petersburg

Moscow. 26 November. INTERFAX – In St. Petersburg, the Naval Academy held  scientific-practical conference of the Navy, dedicated to the main directions of development of shipbuilding, armaments, military and special equipment of the Navy for the long term (until 2050), the representative of the Department of Information and Mass communications of the Russian Federation Ministry of Defence for the Navy captain 1st rank Igor Dygalo.
“The conference, which was held under the leadership of Commander in Chief of the Russian Navy Admiral Vladimir Korolev, was attended by over 400 representatives and leaders and representatives of 80 companies and the defense industry organizations, as well as more than 200 representatives of the central bodies of military control of the High Command of the Russian Navy and scientific organizations of the Navy , Northern command, Pacific, Black Sea, the Baltic fleet and the Caspian flotilla “- said I. Dygalo.

The conference discussed the current results of the construction and development of the Navy, made recommendations and suggestions for the implementation of plans for the development of the Navy for the period up to 2050, and also discussed the leading role of the Naval Academy in the scientific substantiation of the construction of the fleet.

In his speech before the participants of  scientific and practical conference Navy Commander Admiral V. Korolёv noted that “the construction of the Navy should proceed in such a way that on the basic quality indicators is consistent with the development of scientific and technological progress.”

Navy Commander drew attention of participants to the constant and close cooperation in the implementation of the State program of military shipbuilding.

The participants discussed in detail the entire type series produced equipment, ships and test experience of modern naval armaments, said I.Dygalo.

Source: militarynews.ru

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