The Ivan Rogov and the Mitrofan Moskalenko amphibious assault ships (LHD) of project 23900 built by the Butoma Shipyard in Kerch will be armed with mine warfare unmanned surface vessels (USV) of Russian design.
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14 Dec 2021
The Project 23900 versatile amphibious assault ships (LHD) Ivan Rogov and Mitrofan Moskalenko currently being built by the Zaliv Shipyard in Kerch in Crimea will be adapted to carry strike and reconnaissance drones (unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs), a source in Russia’s shipbuilding industry told TASS.
11 Oct 2021
The advanced Project 23900 versatile amphibious assault ship (LHD) Mitrofan Moskalenko will become the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet, a source in the defense industry told TASS.
05 Aug 2020
The "Ivan Rogov" and the "Mitrofan Moskalenko", the first Russian LHD / amphibious assault ships of project 23900 will be able to operate as floating headquarters or command ships.
21 Jul 2020
Russian President Vladimir Putin participated in the keel laying ceremony of several vessels for the Russian Navy, including the next generation Project 23900 amphibious assault ships. The ceremony took place on 20 July at Zaliv Shipyard in Kerch for the LHD (and remotely for the other vessels).
26 May 2020
According to TASS news agency, the Russian Ministry of Defense signed a contract with the Zaliv shipyard in Kerch for the construction of the first two Russian universal landing ships (UDC) or LHD for a total amount of about 100 billion rubles on May 22, 2020. This was reported to TASS by a defense industry source.