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Tradotto dal russo all'inglese il diniego della vendita di Akula II all' India (da parte del Ministero della Difesa) :

 

 

The Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation has denied messages on sale of India nuclear submarine

The adviser of Minister of Defence of Russia has denied messages on sale of India Russian nuclear submarine of type "Акула-2." " This information mismatches the validity ", - admiral of fleet Vladimir Masorin who for 2007 held a post of the commander-in-chief of the Navy of the Russian Federation has declared.

In conversation of ITAR-TASS it отверг statements of the Stockholm international institute of researches of problems of the world which on Monday has published on the site data about deliveries of conventional armaments in the world for 2007. Among them the contract between Russia and India about sale or transfer to leasing a nuclear multi-purpose submarine of the project 971 "Pike" appears.

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Tradotto dal russo all'inglese il diniego della vendita di Akula II all' India (da parte del Ministero della Difesa) :

The Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation has denied messages on sale of India nuclear submarine

The adviser of Minister of Defence of Russia has denied messages on sale of India Russian nuclear submarine of type "Акула-2." " This information mismatches the validity ", - admiral of fleet Vladimir Masorin who for 2007 held a post of the commander-in-chief of the Navy of the Russian Federation has declared.

In conversation of ITAR-TASS it отверг statements of the Stockholm international institute of researches of problems of the world which on Monday has published on the site data about deliveries of conventional armaments in the world for 2007. Among them the contract between Russia and India about sale or transfer to leasing a nuclear multi-purpose submarine of the project 971 "Pike" appears.

 

 

Leasing significa affitto, sale vendita. Quindi le due cose non si escludono.

 

 

 

 

 

4/07/2008 17:51 NEW DELHI, July 4 (RIA Novosti) - Russia has begun dock trials of a nuclear submarine, which will be leased in 2009 to the Indian navy for 10 years, a prominent Indian daily reported.

 

Financed partly by India under a secret deal signed with Russia in January 2004, the 12,000-ton Akula-II class nuclear-powered attack submarine has been built at the Komsomolsk-on-Amur shipyard in Russia, and will be commissioned with the Indian navy as INS Chakra.

 

"The submarine's sea-based trials will follow after that," Times of India quoted an anonymous Indian defense source as saying. "We expect the submarine to join the Indian navy in the second half of 2009."

 

Akula II class vessels are considered the quietest and deadliest among Russian nuclear-powered attack submarines.

 

According to various reports, India is currently building three domestically-designed nuclear submarines under a top-secret Advanced Technology Vessel (ATV) program but needs to give its navy first-hand experience in nuclear submarine operations, deployment and maintenance prior to the deployment of domestic submarines.

 

"Our sailors... have been undergoing training in Russia to operate INS Chakra for the last two-three years. Once we get it, it will be the ideal platform to train future crews for the ATVs," the Indian source said.

 

The nuclear submarine leased by Russia will not be equipped with long-range cruise missiles due to international restrictions on missile technology proliferation, but India may later opt to fit it with domestically designed long-range nuclear-capable missiles.

 

At present, India operates 16 conventional diesel submarines and awaits six French-Spanish Scorpene class diesel attack submarines, to be delivered between 2012 and 2017, but plans to deploy at least three nuclear submarines armed with long-range strategic missiles by 2015.

 

The first of the three domestic nuclear submarines is expected to begin sea trials by mid-2009.

 

India previously leased a Charlie-I class nuclear submarine from the Soviet Union from 1988 to 1991.

 

 

http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/lib...ianovosti02.htm

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Leasing significa affitto, sale vendita. Quindi le due cose non si escludono.

4/07/2008 17:51 NEW DELHI, July 4 (RIA Novosti) - Russia has begun dock trials of a nuclear submarine, which will be leased in 2009 to the Indian navy for 10 years, a prominent Indian daily reported.

 

Financed partly by India under a secret deal signed with Russia in January 2004, the 12,000-ton Akula-II class nuclear-powered attack submarine has been built at the Komsomolsk-on-Amur shipyard in Russia, and will be commissioned with the Indian navy as INS Chakra.

 

"The submarine's sea-based trials will follow after that," Times of India quoted an anonymous Indian defense source as saying. "We expect the submarine to join the Indian navy in the second half of 2009."

 

Akula II class vessels are considered the quietest and deadliest among Russian nuclear-powered attack submarines.

 

According to various reports, India is currently building three domestically-designed nuclear submarines under a top-secret Advanced Technology Vessel (ATV) program but needs to give its navy first-hand experience in nuclear submarine operations, deployment and maintenance prior to the deployment of domestic submarines.

 

"Our sailors... have been undergoing training in Russia to operate INS Chakra for the last two-three years. Once we get it, it will be the ideal platform to train future crews for the ATVs," the Indian source said.

 

The nuclear submarine leased by Russia will not be equipped with long-range cruise missiles due to international restrictions on missile technology proliferation, but India may later opt to fit it with domestically designed long-range nuclear-capable missiles.

 

At present, India operates 16 conventional diesel submarines and awaits six French-Spanish Scorpene class diesel attack submarines, to be delivered between 2012 and 2017, but plans to deploy at least three nuclear submarines armed with long-range strategic missiles by 2015.

 

The first of the three domestic nuclear submarines is expected to begin sea trials by mid-2009.

 

India previously leased a Charlie-I class nuclear submarine from the Soviet Union from 1988 to 1991.

http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/lib...ianovosti02.htm

 

 

Buono a sapersi, peggio per l'india

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