The Russian Baltic Fleet Sovremennnyy- class guided missile destroyer Bespokoynyy ("Restless"), arriving for the Kiel Week naval review in Germany on 20 June. The 8,480-ton (full-load displacement) Bespokoynyy, the first of three Project 956A variants of the basic Sovremennnyy design, was commissioned on 29 December 1993, and like her two later sisters, has lengthened launch tubes for the 3M82 variant of the supersonic Moskit antiship missile system and is equipped with an improved version of the Uragan (SA-N-7) surface-to-air missile system. Two more Project 956As, one launched in 1993 as the Vazhniy and the second laid down as the Vdumchivyy but renamed Aleksalldr Nevskiy in 1995, have been the subject of negotiations between Russia and China, but the Russian government is reported to have failed to advance funds to the builder in St. Petersburg to complete the pair, and the Chinese have been demanding the inclusion of two Ka-27PL antisubmarine helicopters not covered under the original agreement. Of 17 Sovremennnyys completed for the Soviet and Russian Navies since 1981, at least five no longer are operational. Indeed, surface warship construction for the Russian Navy has virtually ceased, and no new starts are foreseen by Russian authorities until the middle of the next decade.