Nevsky Shipyard shared its experience in the restoration of military machinery and equipment from the times of the Great Patriotic War
Nevsky Shipyard (part of USC) shared his experience in the restoration of military machinery and equipment with colleagues during the discussion of interregional cooperation in perpetuating the memory of the Great Patriotic War, which took place in the Federation Council on December 9th.
The event was attended by senators, deputies of the State Duma, representatives of enterprises from which the militia went to the front and who, in memory of the heroes, support socially significant events and the installation of monuments to the heroes of the war.
Nevsky Shipyard has experience in the restoration of tanks, aircraft, guns and lorries. Since 2007, more than 10 tanks, an Il-2 aircraft, a regimental 76-mm cannon and other objects have been restored at the Shipyard. All tanks are located on the territory of the Leningrad Blockade Breakthrough Museum in Leningrad Region. The Shipyard is currently restoring the VPB-3 Izhorskaya Tower armored firing point.
Dmitry Vasilenko, First Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Science, Education and Culture, thanked the employees of Nevsky Shipyard for their significant contribution to the restoration and preservation of historical sites and expressed hope for further fruitful cooperation.
Currently, the Federation Council, the Leningrad Region and Moscow are holding joint events dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the formation of the Moscow people's militia and the 80th anniversary of the beginning of the operation to break the blockade of Leningrad on the Nevsky Pyatachok. USC shipbuilders also take an active part in them.