Russia’s United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) has lost no foreign clients over sanctions, USC Military-Technical Cooperation Department Director Alexey Dikiy said Saturday at the International Maritime Defense Show (IMDS) in St. Petersburg.
“We have retained all clients we had before the sanctions, no one’s left us. It seems to me sanctions make no difference here,” Dikiy told TASS.
“We have mainly oriented ourselves in military products to our traditional partners – India, first of all, of course, Vietnam, Southeast Asia countries, a few states of the Mediterranean region. We have retained all these customers,” he said.
Besides, Dikiy recalled, the USC’s traditional clients are former Soviet republics. “They have certainly remained too,” he said.