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Russian Navy: New Project 22350-Based Frigates to Displace 8,000 Tons

The Russian Navy plans to build a series of updated Project 22350M frigates displacing about 8,000 tons, navy?s deputy commander for armament Vice Admiral Viktor Bursuk told Mil.Today at the International Maritime Defense Show in Saint Petersburg.
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