Navy to Receive Six “Buyan-M” Ships to 2020
Six small missile ships of the Project 21631 “Buyan-M” will be adopted in the Navy until 2020, the official representative of the Russian Navy, Captain 1st Rank Igor Dygalo said on Wednesday.
On the eve of November 18, Zelenodolsk Gorky plant transmitted to Russian Navy the third small missile ship of this series titled “Velikiy Ustug”.
“It is planned that in the period up to 2020 six small missile ships of the Project 21631 “Buyan-M” will join the team of the warships of the Russian Navy,” Dygalo said.
Currently, as part of the Caspian flotilla, two ships of this project are successfully performing service – the parent small missile ship “Svijazhsk” and “Uglich”, included in the combat strength of the Navy on July 27, 2014.