Russia will not buy 12 Zenits from Ukraine Photo from UNIAN Natalya Fileva, co-owner of the S7 Space group, has confirmed media reports that her company will terminate a contract for the production of 12 Zenit space launch vehicles at Ukraine&#39;s Yuzhmash (Pivdenmash) plant for launching from the Sea Launch site. "This is part of our plans," she said when asked about this, the Russian online newspaper kommersant.ru reported. Yet, Fileva did not give any timeframe when the contract would be terminated. Read alsoRussian company plans to terminate contract with Ukraine on production of Zenit carriers – media Dnipro-based Yuzhmash in the summer of 2017 announced the signing of a contract for the supply Zenit launch vehicles to a subsidiary of the Russian S7 group of companies. The contract provides for the creation of 12 launch vehicles, which were to be used, among other things, for launches from the Pacific Ocean (Sea Launch project). Last week it became known that S7 plans to terminate the contract concluded two years ago. As reported by UNIAN, Yuzhmash&#39;s press service commented on the situation: "At present, Yuzhmash does not have any official statement from the customer regarding the alleged termination of the contract. For its part, Yuzhmash does not intend to act as an initiator in this matter." Yuzhmash is a party to a contract for the production of 12 Zenit space launch vehicles concluded in spring 2017. The customer is a U.S.-registered S7 Sea Launch Limited.