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MOSCOW, July 28. /TASS/. The long-term 2030 naval shipbuilding program has not undergone a major revision, Vice President of the Russian United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) Igor Ponomaryov told TASS on Thursday.
"No major revisions were made in the long-term shipbuilding program. All its details are not subject to disclosure but it may be confidently stated at present that ships of the Russian Navy will be fully renewed as its result," the top manager said.
"Deliveries [of combat ships to the Russian Navy - TASS] are steadily growing in terms of quantity and displacement," Ponomaryov said.
"Service maintenance of nearly 640 ships and vessels of the Russian Navy was provided [in 2015 - TASS]. Shipyard repair of seven Russian Navy’s ships was completed," he added.