Admiral Verma Arrives in Russia to Inspect Progress on Vikramaditya Vessel

Chief of Main Staff of MNF of India admiral N.K. Verma visited Sevmash during arriving at Russia. He met with Director General of JSC «PO «Sevmash» Andrey Dyachkov, Director General of JSC «SC «Zvyozdochka» Vladimir Nikitin and Commander of Belomorskaya military naval base, captain of the first rang Viktor Liina. Also admiral Verma inspected aircraft cruiser of MNF of India «Vikramaditya», repair and reequipment of which are carried out at Sevmash. Firstly he visited the enterprise in June 2007.

Next months will be very important, because it is a period of trials,”  Admiral said to journalists. ” It is necessary to give the aircraft cruiser before winter. Sevmash leadership argued, that they direct all powers for it. When the ship will be at the sea, and airplanes will fly from the deck, we can mark it. But I have to say, that quality of works is very high. We see good traditions of shipbuilding. My gratitude is for all workers of Sevmash and Severodvinsk.”

Source: sevmash, July 27, 2011;

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Posted on July 27, 2011

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