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Investment project to build a shipbuilding complex "Zvezda" costs 111 billion rubles - Rogozin

The total cost of the project to create the Zvezda shipbuilding complex is 111 billion rubles. Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said this at a meeting with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. According to the press service of the government of the Russian Federation, on the agenda, in particular, was the question of the development of civil shipbuilding.

“The basis of shipbuilding for offshore projects will be the implementation of an investment project to create the Zvezda shipbuilding complex in the Far East, in the Primorsky Territory. Work is underway there, I was on August 30 at this enterprise. By January, they should have already completed the installation of modern equipment, which is now being built in full swing in these workshops, and the total volume of production, the total cost of this entire project is 111 billion rubles, ”the Deputy Prime Minister said.

According to him, construction of tankers, bulk carriers with deadweight up to 2019 thousand tons, gas carriers with a capacity of up to 350 thousand cubic meters will begin there from 300. m, will be created "high-tech profitable ice-class vessels." “That is, in essence, we’ll come out with the 2019 of the year for the full scope of civilian Arctic shipbuilding,” he explained.

“From 2016 onwards, it will be possible to build support vessels there. They are quite profitable to use, and our leading companies are interested in them. Tomorrow, by the way, I hold a meeting in the Government House, this will be the meeting of the USC Board of Directors together with the Rosneft company in the interests of the further development of the Zvezda project, ”added Dmitry Rogozin.

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