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MOSCOW, May 25 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia’s United Ship-building Corporation has no information about any wreck of postponement of Borei and Yasen contracts with the ministry of defence, a company spokesman said on Friday.
“As concerns the media hysteria around the contracts between the United Ship-building Corporation and the Russian ministry of defence, I would like to say that such rumors in no way promotes a successful negotiating process,” he said.
“I situations like this, when due to secrecy considerations a whole range of facts regarding this subject cannot be made public, the mass media must show professional responsibility,” the spokesman stressed. “In this context, it should be noted that this is not the first time when, with reference to the United Ship-building Corporation, some media publish information about various aspects of the contracts under the state defence order 2012, which has nothing to do with the real state of things.”