Russian new warship launching was cut off by sanctions and converted to Chinese engine

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 Russian new warship launching was cut off by sanctions and converted to Chinese engine


[Global Network Military Reporting] Russian Satellite News Agency reported on June 13 that Russias newly built small missile ship Ingushetia was launched on June 11 at the Russian shipyard of Zelenodorsk, Tatarstan. This is the eighth class 21631 small missile ship built by Russia. Its power unit is CHD622 diesel engine made in China.

Reported that Zelenodorsk shipyard uses CHD622 diesel engine made in China to replace the German diesel engine which was cut off due to sanctions. Yakov Kushner, the projects chief designer, said at the launching ceremony that both the 6th and 7th 21631 mob-M class small missile ships had diesel engines made in China.

Kushner pointed out that the two 21631-class small missile ships were serving in the Russian Black Sea Fleet, during which the Chinese diesel engine operated well. The Russian military has decided to build 12 small missile ships of class 21631.

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