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    Re: Russia-Kazakhstan Miitary and Space cooperation

    Post  George1 on Thu Jun 02, 2016 12:55 pm

    The key to Asia: who is the main military partner of Russia in the post-Soviet space

    The Russian-Kazakh military-technical cooperation - in Tass material

    2-5 June 2016 in Astana will be held IV International Exhibition of Arms and Military Equipment KADEX. According to the "Rosoboronexport", the exhibition will be attended by 40 enterprises of the Russian military-industrial complex, including 14 holding companies, will feature more than 250 samples for the land, the air and naval forces.

    Kazakhstan was the first CIS country to have concluded with Russia May 25, 1992 Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance. It provides for the creation of a common military-strategic space, the joint use of military bases, sites and other military installations in the event of a threat to Russia or Kazakhstan. Agreement on military cooperation between the two countries was signed by President Boris Yeltsin and Nursultan Nazarbayev, March 28, 1994

    Overall, since 1992, it made more than 60 papers on various aspects of military and military-technical cooperation.

    Since January 2001, it operates bilateral commission on military-technical cooperation. December 24, 2013 in Moscow, Presidents Vladimir Putin and Nursultan Nazarbayev signed an agreement on military-technical cooperation (March 2, 2016, Russian President has signed a regulation on the procedure of realization of the contract). November 16, 2015 the Russian president ordered the government to negotiate an agreement with Kazakhstan on the procedure for monitoring the presence and the targeted use of military products.
    Deliveries of Russian arms in Kazakhstan

       According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (Stockholm Peace Research Institute, SIPRI), in 1991 and 2015 from Russia to Kazakhstan were delivered various weapons to $ 1 billion 366 million. Part of the weapons had been handed over to the country free of the presence of ( with depots and warehouses of the Armed forces).
       Since the beginning of 2000. Russia began to supply Kazakhstan with modern weapons and military equipment, spare parts and accessories. In February 2000, "Rosvooruzhenie" company (now the "Rosoboronexport", is part of the state corporation "Rostec") signed with the Kazakh state-owned company "Kazspetsexport" general agreement that defined the main directions of military-technical cooperation.
       On January 1, 2004 came into force an agreement on favorable terms of sale Kazakhstan military products on the Russian domestic prices.

    Between 1995 and 2015, Kazakhstan was delivered:

       14 Su-27C,
       13 training aircraft L-39C,
       military transport Il-76M,
       39 helicopters Mi-8/17 (including 15 Mi-17V-5, Mi-17, 14, 8, Mi-171SH)
       three light helicopters "ANSAT"
       Four multi-purpose fighter Su-30cm (model produced at the Irkutsk Aviation Plant).

    Holding "Helicopters of Russia" intends to create in Kazakhstan a joint venture to assemble helicopters Ka-226T. In addition, at the end of 2016 is scheduled first deliveries in Kazakhstan Russian combat helicopters Mi-35M.

    In 2004-2012 gg. Kazakhstan has received a significant number of Russian armored vehicles, including:

    • 111 BTR-80A and BTR-80


    • 44 BTR-82A


    • 18 BMP-97


    • 21 armored car "Tiger"


    In 2011-2013. RF supplied to the republic:

    • 10 tank support combat vehicle (BMPT)


    • 120 anti-tank guided missiles "Attack"


    • three heavy flamethrower system TOS-1A.



    By order of the Navy of Kazakhstan in 2016-2017 gg. Is expected performance of contracts for the supply to the Republic of the project offshore trawlers 10750E ( first trawler was built in the end of July 2014, the same year Astana has applied to the purchase of the second ship).

    Military training

    • The armed forces of the two countries conduct joint exercises aimed at strengthening cooperation in the field of regional security and defense, counter terrorism and extremism.


    •    Also, Russia and Kazakhstan take part in various activities within the framework of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), which they are members. In April 2016 the military of the two countries were involved in the exercises and reconnaissance forces of the CSTO member states, "Search-2016" in Tajikistan.


    •    They In May this year took part in a joint special tactical exercises of special forces police departments of the CSTO "Cobalt-2016" held in Armenia.



    Creating a unified air defense system

    January 30, 2013 in Astana, Kazakhstan's Defence Ministers and Russia Adilbek Dzhaksybekov and Sergei Shoigu signed an agreement on the establishment of a single regional air defense systems (air defense). It is concluded for five years with automatic renewal for successive five-year periods.

    The document provides for the construction and use of a single system based on the two countries' troops and air defense forces. In peace time, they will be in direct subordination of the military national command. Training troops, the organization of operational and combat training is conducted according to a single plan.

    Also, according to a single plan will be applied, and the troops in time of war, subject to the commander of the unified air defense system, appointed by the presidents of the two countries on the proposal of the Defence Ministers. Place a single command - Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan.

    Currently in service with the air forces of the Armed Forces of Defense of Kazakhstan has already caused several battalions of S-300, the country inherited after the Soviet collapse. In connection with the creation of a unified air defense system in 2015 Russia supplied Kazakhstan five anti-aircraft missile systems S-300PS and signed a contract for their maintenance.

    Rent military facilities

    Russia leases in Kazakhstan are 7 major military facilities with a total area of ​​more than 11 million hectares:


    •    5th State testing site Russian Ministry of Defense (Baikonur Cosmodrome);


    •    929 th State Flight Test Center of the RF Ministry of Defense them. Chkalov (headquarters - Akhtubinsk, Astrakhan region of the Russian Federation, the test sites - West Kazakhstan and Atyrau region of Kazakhstan..);


    •    battle field of the 4th State Central landfill Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation (Kapustin Yar in the Astrakhan region of the Russian Federation, 20 th separate test station and two measuring points in the West Kazakhstan region..);


    •    10 th State Test Site Russian Defense Ministry Sary Shagan (Karaganda, Zhambyl, Aktobe and Kyzylorda region of Kazakhstan.);


    •    5580 th base of software testing works (former landfill Emba, Aktobe of Kazakhstan.);


    •    Radio Engineering Balkhash node (the former object "Balkhash 9"; Priozersk Karaganda region of Kazakhstan.);


    •    separate regiment of Russian Air Force transport aircraft (the base at the airport in Kostonay Kazakhstan).



    For the use of these military facilities, except in Baikonur and radio host Balkhash, Russia paid $ 27.5 million annually in the year. Price Baikonur cosmodrome rent under the contract of 1994 is $ 115 million per year. Payment for radio engineering unit were not disclosed.

    December 2, 2014 Russia and Kazakhstan signed an intergovernmental agreement on the transmission conditions and the procedure for later use Kazakhstan's Balkhash site in the Russian missile attack warning system (EWS; November 28, 2015 Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on ratification).

    Radio Engineering unit located in the Karaganda region. Kazakhstan provides security not only Russian, but also its allies in the CSTO. According to the document, the node and the land on which it is located, are transferred to the use of the Russian side on a grant basis, specified conditions and procedures for its operation. In particular, it is envisaged to provide paragraphs of state and military control of Kazakhstan information on the missile and space environment in the region and to organize joint combat duty.

    April 16, 2015 in Moscow, the two countries signed the protocols to the bilateral agreements on the use of military facilities on the territory of Kazakhstan (ratified by the Russian Federation February 15, 2016).

    According to documents from January 1, 2016 the rent Russia Kazakhstan reduced by eliminating landfill sites, which are not used by the Russian Defense Ministry as directed. Thus, the amount of rent for the testing ground Sary-Shagan reduced from $ 18,932,000 to $ 16,276,000, for the objects and fighting fields 929th Flight Test Center of Russia - from $ 4.454 million to $ 3.081 million.

    Cooperation in training

    Currently, the Russian military schools undergo military training in Kazakhstan, most of them - free of charge. In total, over the past 20 years, more than 4 thousand. Kazakhstani officers have been trained in Russia.


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    Re: Russia-Kazakhstan Miitary and Space cooperation

    Post  Viktor on Thu Jun 02, 2016 1:17 pm

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    Kazakhstan plans to buy from Russia Su-35

    Kazakhstan is considering the purchase of attack helicopters Mi-28NE

    Kazakhstan will receive four attack helicopters Mi-35M
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    Re: Russia-Kazakhstan Miitary and Space cooperation

    Post  George1 on Sat Jun 04, 2016 12:04 am

    Kazakhstan in Talks With Russia to Purchase Military Transport Aircraft

    Astana is going to purchase military transport aircraft manufactured in Russia, General Director of Russia's Ilyushin Aviation Complex Sergey Velmozhkin said Friday.

    ASTANA (Sputnik) — Astana is negotiating with Moscow the purchase of Russia-manufactured military transport aircraft, General Director of Russia's Ilyushin Aviation Complex Sergey Velmozhkin said Friday.

    "The Kazakh side expresses interest to our new products, especially to Il-76MD-90A, to Il-78, as well as to Il-112. Today we have conducted preliminary negotiations," Velmozhkin told reporters at the KADEX-2016 military hardware exhibition in Kazakhstan.

    The Il-76MD-90A is a deeply modernized version of Russia's world-famous Il-76 aircraft, featuring a fully-digital flight control system, new avionics and PS-90A-76 engines with improved fuel efficiency systems.

    The IL-78 is an air-to-air refueling tanker, which is designed to refuel in the air long-range aircraft and frontline aviation during daytime and nighttime in order to widen their operational range, according to Ilyushin's website.

    The Il-112 is an Ilyushin-developed light military transport aircraft, designed for transporting and parachuting of military equipment and personnel, as well as of various cargoes.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/military/20160603/1040720264/russia-kazakhstan-daesh-military.html#ixzz4AYZ3ZZpt


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    Re: Russia-Kazakhstan Miitary and Space cooperation

    Post  George1 on Wed Sep 07, 2016 6:27 pm

    Kazakhstan to Receive Su-30 Fighters, Mi-17 , Mi-35 Helicopters From Russia

    Read more: https://sputniknews.com/military/20160907/1045042770/kazakhstan-russia-equipment-mod.html


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    Re: Russia-Kazakhstan Miitary and Space cooperation

    Post  George1 on Tue Sep 13, 2016 12:48 am

    Kazakhstan plans to buy two military transport aircraft Il-76MD-90A

    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2124735.html


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    Re: Russia-Kazakhstan Miitary and Space cooperation

    Post  George1 on Thu Sep 15, 2016 10:38 pm

    Russia to hand launch facility for Proton rockets to Kazakhstan in 2020

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    Re: Russia-Kazakhstan Miitary and Space cooperation

    Post  George1 on Fri Dec 09, 2016 11:16 am

    Kazakhstan got two more Mi-171SH helicopters

    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2312210.html


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    Re: Russia-Kazakhstan Miitary and Space cooperation

    Post  mack8 on Tue Dec 27, 2016 12:52 pm

    KzAF receives two new Su-30SM, borts 05 and 06:
    https://tengrinews.kz/kazakhstan_news/partiya-istrebiteley-su-30sm-pribyila-v-kazahstan-308929/
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    Re: Russia-Kazakhstan Miitary and Space cooperation

    Post  George1 on Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:15 am

    Kazakhstan buys 12 more Su-30SM fighters in Russia

    As TASS reported on September 12, 2017, Russia and Kazakhstan signed a contract for the supply of 12 Su-30SM aircraft. This was in an interview with Tass told an assistant to the Russian president on military-technical cooperation Vladimir Kozhin.

    "Yes, indeed, this framework contract was signed at the International Military Technical Forum" Army-2017. "The terms of the contract assume its phased implementation within three years from the moment of the first delivery," Kozhin said, answering the question whether During the forum "Army-2017" a contract was signed for the delivery of 12 Su-30SM fighters to Kazakhstan.

    According to Kozhin, the agreement will be implemented within the framework of the agreement on military-technical cooperation between Russia and Kazakhstan in 2013, which assumes direct cooperation between the Irkut Corporation and the state-owned Kazspetseksport state enterprise.

    On the bmpd side, we will point out that, according to our blog, it is about signing a framework agreement for the purchase by Kazakhstan of additional 12 Su-30SM fighters, and under this agreement specific contracts will be concluded by the Kazakh side, as before, for parties of four aircraft each year .

    Let us recall that earlier Kazakhstan ordered a total of 11 Su-30SM fighters for the construction of the Irkutsk aviation plant of PJSC "Corporation Irkut." Under the first contract of 2014, worth about 5 billion rubles, Kazakhstan received four Su-30SM fighters with red onboard numbers with "01" to "04" (serial numbers, respectively, from 10МК5 1118 to 1120 and 1201), which arrived at the 604th air base of the Air Defense Force of Kazakhstan in Taldy Kurgan on April 17, 2015.

    At the end of 2015, Kazakhstan concluded the next contract worth more than 10 billion rubles for the purchase of seven additional Su-30SM fighters. The first two of them (red onboard numbers "05" and "06", serial numbers 10МК5 1315 and 10МК5 1316) arrived at the 604th air base of the North-Western District of Kazakhstan in Taldy-Kurgan on December 27, 2016. The delivery of two more cars under this contract, according to reports, is expected by the end of 2017, and the remaining three - in 2018.

    Earlier it was reported that the Ministry of Defense of Kazakhstan plans until 2020 to purchase a total of 36 Su-30SM aircraft.

    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/2843290.html


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