Russia Sells Second Batch of Gepard-Class Frigates to Vietnam

first_img View post tag: Vietnam Industry news Vietnam tied a contract with Rosoboronexport for delivery of an additional 2-ship batch of Project Gepard 3.9 frigates, reports Interfax referring to Sergei Rudenko, deputy director for foreign economic affairs of JSC Zelenodolsk Shipyard. According to him, in contrast to the first two Vietnamese frigates armed with missile systems, the second pair will be “antisubmarine-oriented”.Vietnam purchased first two Project Gepard 3.9 frigates in 2006; the last one was delivered in March 2011. In Vietnamese Navy, the ships obtained names of Dinh Tien Hoang and Ly Thai To. Displacement of such frigate is 2,100 tons. She is armed with antiship missile system, one 76.2-mm and two 30-mm gun mounts. Gepard-class frigate is equipped with heliport for Ka-28 or Ka-31 helicopters.Through recent years, Vietnam has tied a number of contracts with Russia for delivery of surface ships and submarines for the national naval force. In particular, in 2005 Vietnam bought twelve Project 12418 boats and began licensed production in the fall of 2010. Vietnam purchased six Project 636 Varshavyanka diesel electric submarines from Russia in 2009 for $1.8 bln. Besides, in Apr 2011 Russia agreed with Vietnam to deliver spare parts, tools and accessories for repair of navy-related equipment.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , December 08, 2011; Image:  komandomiliter View post tag: Russia View post tag: Second View post tag: Batch View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Gepard-Class View post tag: Frigatescenter_img View post tag: Naval View post tag: Navy Russia Sells Second Batch of Gepard-Class Frigates to Vietnam December 8, 2011 View post tag: sells Back to overview,Home naval-today Russia Sells Second Batch of Gepard-Class Frigates to Vietnam Share this articlelast_img read more

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The year-round airline Rijeka – Munich is introduced

first_imgThe 47th session of the Tourist Council was held at the Ministry of Tourism yesterday. The decision of the Tourist Board provided additional funds for the implementation of strategic marketing campaigns in emitting markets in 2019 for advertising in cooperation with Croatia Airlines and the Kvarner Tourist Board, which provides funds for this cooperation in the same amount as the CNTB. These are funds that will help establish the year-round Rijeka-Munich airline. Until now, Rijeka has been connected to Munich via Croatia Airlines on Thursdays and Sundays from October 28.10.2018, 30.3.2019. to XNUMX, and in accordance with the new financial resources, the foundations have been laid for the mentioned airline to become year-round. Also, the arrival of Air Serbia at Rijeka Airport has been confirmed, so a direct line will be introduced from June. Rijeka – Belgrade Rijeka Airport marked 2018 as the year in which it broke all historical records, achieving a total traffic of 183.606 passengers (an increase of 30%), which is the largest percentage increase in traffic of all airports in Croatia. In January this year, Rijeka Airport has already confirmed four new airlines for the 2019 summer season, Lufthansa, Volote and TUI, which will fly to 3 new destinations (London Gatwick, Manchester and Marseille).last_img read more

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