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MOSCOW, January 24 (Itar-Tass) — The Russian Navy postponed the putting of the Yasen class Severodvinsk nuclear submarine into service for 2013, Russian First Deputy Defence Minister Alexander Sukhorukov told reporters on Tuesday.
“The deadlines for the contract of the Russian Navy to bring the Yasen class submarine into service were not fulfilled, the deadline was delayed to 2013,” Sukhorukov underlined.