In 2019, the Russian Navy will replace its aging submarines, the Ross and the Yarygin.
The Ross and Yarygins, which have been in service since 2010, are no longer in service.
A new sub is to replace them.
And, of course, a new class of nuclear-powered submarines will replace them, as well.
The Russian Navy is currently in a transition phase, but in 2019 it will start work on a new generation of submarines called the Zumshirn, which are designed to operate in the Indian Ocean, the Pacific and the Indian River.
The new subs will be designed to be able to operate anywhere, including the Indian and Mediterranean oceans.
“The design will also be able in the next six years to operate from any submarine base,” the Russian navy said in a statement.
The Zumushirn submarines will be based at the Vladivostok Naval Shipyard.
The first of the new submarines, a Russian-designed Kirov class, is scheduled to enter service in 2020.
The Kirovs, like the Zomchats, will be capable of operating from submarines, aircraft carriers and surface vessels.
The second of the Kirovich class is to enter commercial service in 2021, according to the navy.
The third submarine is to be based in the port city of Vladivosk in 2021.
The fourth submarine is expected to enter the fleet in 2022.
The fifth and sixth submarines will enter service later this year, according the Russian military.
The seventh submarine will enter operational service in 2024.
The eight and ninth submarines are to enter operational services by 2020, the navy said.
The last of the submarines is scheduled for delivery in 2020, and will be equipped with advanced weapons, the service said.
“A number of new types of sub-launchers and launch vehicles will be developed and built for the submarine, with the goal of making the submarine capable of launching new types and types of submarines,” the service stated.
The submarines are also designed to carry out anti-submarine warfare operations, according military documents, including a “sea mine” that will be able “kill targets at any depth, even underwater.”
According to the documents, the mine will be a “super explosive.”
The Zomchevs will also have an autonomous underwater vehicle, which will be used for detecting submarines.
“We are going to use the autonomous underwater vehicles,” the Zemchats is supposed to be capable to do.
“It will be possible to operate underwater for a long time without the help of the submarine’s propulsion system.”
Russia’s defense minister said in March that the Zimchats submarines will “be used for surveillance, anti-surface warfare and anti-piracy,” according to The Washington Post.
“If you are using the Zuma-class submarines, it will be the first time that a Russian submarine has been used to patrol a foreign country’s coastline,” he said.
It is unclear what the submarine will look like, or what its capabilities will be.
Russia is currently building a fleet of six Zumchats subs.
The ships will be fully equipped, with nuclear and conventional weapons, and have a crew of at least 30,000 people.
The navy said that each submarine has a crew-capable crew, but that the actual number of crew members is still under development.
Russia’s submarine fleet is expected for completion by 2021.
“Our objective is to maintain the operational readiness of the Russian submarines, and the Zums are a significant part of this,” the defence ministry said in its statement.
“This will allow us to keep up with our strategic needs.”
The Russian military said that it will use the submarines to monitor the borders of the United States and its allies, including China, and to “prevent a threat from being detected and contained,” according the ministry’s statement.
In the statement, the defence minister said that Russia’s submarines will provide the Russians with the “necessary information and capability to act on their own.”
The United States is expected “to continue to support Russia’s modernization efforts,” according an October report in The Washington Times.
“In addition, the United Kingdom and Australia have made a commitment to provide significant support to Russia’s new submarines,” it said.
Earlier this month, the Pentagon said that the U.S. would provide Russia with anti-ship cruise missiles, according a report in the Washington Post and the New York Times.
The U.K. said it would also provide anti-aircraft missiles and “other defensive weapons,” while Australia said it will supply Russian aircraft carriers.
The Pentagon also said it was prepared to buy advanced Russian anti-missile systems from Russia.
“With the current situation in the region, it is important that the United Sates and Russia work together to address regional threats to our national security,” the defense secretary, Robert Work, said in the statement.