In Turkey, began to assemble the corvette Ada for the Ukrainian Navy

The process of building the hull of the first Ada corvette for the Ukrainian Navy. December 2021. Image: “Crime. NO”

A shipbuilding plant in Turkey has begun assembling an Ada corvette hull for the Ukrainian Navy.

The People’s Deputy of Ukraine, Igor Kopytin,  told the  online publication “Crime. Is NOT PRESENT” about the process of building a corvette for the Ukrainian Navy, which is underway in Turkey.https://uprom.info/wp-content/plugins/wp-fastest-cache-premium/pro/templates/youtube.html#eszieEqDoRc?feature=oembed

The People’s Deputy said that 15 of the 27 blocks of the future building have already been installed.

“A corvette for our Navy is being built as quickly as possible. Of the 27 blocks, 15 are already welded to the body. The Turkish side is working very fast, so I think they will finish part of their work ahead of schedule, after which the corvette will be transported to Ukraine, we will already finish it. Today I am fighting to complete the corvette in Mykolayiv, “Kopytin said.

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The process of building the hull of the first Ada corvette for the Ukrainian Navy. December 2021. Image: “Crime. NO”

Igor Kopytin noted that judging by the pace of construction, Turkish workers will finish their work earlier. In the future, the corvette will be completed in Ukraine, but where exactly is unknown, – said the People’s Deputy.

(C)INDUSTRIAL PORTAL UKRAINE 2021

One comment

  1. Although Turkey is a Muslim country, Ukraine gets more help from them than most European countries, who only shiver and shake with fear in the face of the skinny, raunchy Ruskie bear.

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