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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  George1 on Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:19 am

    Russian-Jordanian RPG-32 "Archer" will be exported

    It is reported that while the plant producing the RPG-32 "Archer", works on the needs of the Royal Jordanian armed forces, but in the long term grenade may go for export.

    Nizhny Tagil, Sep 9 - RIA Novosti. The Russian-Jordanian RPG-32 "Archer" (in Arabic - "Nashshab") will soon be offered for purchase to third countries, said in an interview with RIA Novosti head of the delegation of Rosoboronexport exhibition RAE-2015 in Nizhny Igor Sevastyanov Tagil.

    "Good prospects also have Russian-Jordanian RPG-32" Archer ", produced in Jordan. As long as the plant is focused on the needs of the Royal Jordanian armed forces, but in the subsequent rocket launchers will be agreed by the parties to move to other countries," - said Sevastyanov.

    Thus, according to him, in the long term it is expected significant growth "in the Middle East" portfolio in this segment.

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    Post  zepia on Mon Sep 14, 2015 4:53 pm

    Russian state-run conglomerate Rostec is working on a “complex deal” that could provide a major boost to Russia-Thailand bilateral trade, The Bangkok Post reported on its website.

    "We are in the middle of negotiations, and that will be a complex deal," Viktor Kladov, head of the International Cooperation Department at Rostec told the paper.
    According to the report, Rostec is in talks to provide new markets for Thai commodities such as rubber, rice, food and fishery products. In return, the Russian conglomerate wants Thailand to buy helicopters, commercial aircraft, trucks and defense equipment.

    Thailand has traditionally relied on the West for its defense requirements, but the country is looking to diversify its purchases. In 2011, the Thai military purchased three Mi-17V-5 helicopters. This was followed up with an agreement to buy two more of these multi-role helicopters for around $40 million in October 2014.

    Russian Helicopters, a Rostec group company, has proposed two other helicopter versions for Thailand -- the Mi-8/17 series and Ansat light helicopter, according to the Bangkok Post report. The paper added that Russian Helicopters' sales pitch to Thailand is that their products are as reliable as Western-built helicopters yet half the cost.

    At last year’s Indo Defence 2014 arms expo in Jakarta, officials from Russia’s export agency Rosoboronexport said they could sell several more of the multi-role helicopters to the Royal Thai Army’s air division. The agency is also keen to supply Thailand with Sukhoi Su 30MKI fighters, which are operated by air forces in India, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia. Although Russia could not sell the fighters to Thailand in 2008, there is a likelihood of Bangkok looking to upgrade its air arsenal this year.


    http://asia.rbth.com/defence/2015/09/14/rostec_working_on_complex_deal_to_boost_russia-thailand_trade_49215.html

    Interesting news. AFAIK Thai army impressed with Mi-17 they bought years ago.
    But fighter is very unlikely because Thai AF couldn't afford maintenance two different systems.
    Advance trainer is a lot more chance and they're about to retire L-39 fleet.
    And IIRC the deal for couple SSJ100 is signed few months ago.
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    Post  George1 on Wed Sep 16, 2015 8:59 am



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    Post  George1 on Sat Oct 24, 2015 5:23 pm

    Report: Russian Register of Conventional Arms, UN 2014

    On the website of the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms as an afterthought, there is evidence from the official report of the Russian Federation to register for 2014.

    The study shows there is data, Russia has officially declared the supply in 2014 on the export of these weapons, subject to the consideration of the United Nations Register. As usual, the types of weapons and equipment in the Russian report is not specified, so the corresponding notes are made by us.

    It is easy to see that the report suffers from obvious incomplete and much of the supply has not entered (the same helicopter gunships to Iraq).

    I. Basic tanks:
    Azerbaijan - 65 (T-90)

    II. Armoured combat vehicles:
    Azerbaijan - 78 (BMP-3)

    III. Large-caliber artillery systems:
    Azerbaijan - 118 (2S19M, 2S31 Vena, MLRS "Smerch", TOS-1A)
    Kazakhstan - 6 (MLRS "Smerch")

    IV. Combat aircraft:
    Vietnam - 4 (Su-30MK2)
    India - 4 (MiG-29K / KUB)

    V. Attack helicopters
    India - 40 (Mi-17V-5)
    Kazakhstan - 2 (Mi-17)
    Peru - 8 (Mi-171SH)
    Rwanda - 2 (Mi-17)
    US - 30 (Mi-17V-5 for Afghanistan)

    VI. Warships:
    Vietnam - 2 (submarines Project 06361)

    VII (a). Missiles and missile launchers:
    India - 7859 (as you can tell, the vast majority - TOUR "Reflex")
    Indonesia - 6 (presumably aviation SD)

    VII (b). Portable air defense system:
    Thailand - 13 launchers and 24 missiles


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    Post  George1 on Fri Nov 06, 2015 12:39 am

    Interesting points in this interview



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    Artillery Market and Systems Worth $5.2 Billion by 2025

    Post  par far on Thu Nov 19, 2015 3:32 pm

    The artillery market is going to grow huge in the next decade, countries will be looking for artillery system that are capable. How are Russia's artillery systems and are they developing new ones? Can Russia compete in the artillery market?


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    Post  sepheronx on Thu Nov 19, 2015 3:43 pm

    I imagine the best place to discuss this and find your answer is here: Artillery thread

    Russia has lots of advanced artillery proving their worth.  Russias real competition will be Germany, South Africa and South Korea I imagine. US system (Gladiator or whatever it is called) is apparently an over engineered POS mentioned by users here.
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    Post  Werewolf on Thu Nov 19, 2015 6:48 pm

    sepheronx wrote:I imagine the best place to discuss this and find your answer is here: Artillery thread

    Russia has lots of advanced artillery proving their worth.  Russias real competition will be Germany, South Africa and South Korea I imagine. US system (Gladiator or whatever it is called) is apparently an over engineered POS mentioned by users here.

    South Africa nor South Korea are in competition with russia, they do not have the capacity to serve customers even if they wanted it. The market is also not really that interested in those countries.
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    Post  sepheronx on Thu Nov 19, 2015 7:11 pm

    And I though the G6 (correct name?) Was regarded as one of the best in the world?  And I think the name for the US was crusader I might be wrong again though.

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    Post  jhelb on Tue Nov 24, 2015 10:49 am

    Werewolf wrote:South Africa nor South Korea are in competition with russia, they do not have the capacity to serve customers even if they wanted it. The market is also not really that interested in those countries.

    Actually South Korea is making good progress in defense export especially in artillery. That said, one major handicap that they have is just like Europe they import a whole lot of equipment from the US. Therefore, the US often vetoes South Korean exports to a foreign country just like they did this month when South Korea wanted to export T-50 aircraft to Uzbekistan.

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    Post  George1 on Wed Mar 30, 2016 6:06 pm

    The results of the Russian military-technical cooperation in 2015 and plans for the future

    According to Ivan Safronov in "mass acquisition of Weapons," published in today's issue of "Kommersant" newspaper, March 29, Vladimir Putin said that Russia has sold weapons in 2015 to $ 14.5 billion, while the order book reached a record value since 1992 - $ 56 billion. The main supplies have fallen to such traditional partners of Russia, India and Iraq. According to "Kommersant", in 2016 special attention will be paid to Algeria, which is ready to buy the Su-32 bombers and air defense system "Antey-2500", as well as the implementation of the already signed contracts with Egypt and China.


    The first 2016 meeting of the military-technical cooperation commission took an entire program (see. P. 3) has been planned in Nizhny Novgorod, where Mr. Putin. In his opening remarks, the President stated: Arms exports by the end of 2015 amounted to $ 14.5 billion, which allowed Russia to retain second place in the world in terms of products delivered. "The possibilities of our equipment and weapons were shown in a combat situation, in the fight against the terrorist threat", - said Vladimir Putin. He added that the order book "for the first time since 1992" reached the level of $ 56 billion (due in 2015 signed new contracts worth over $ 26 billion). Delivery of weapons and equipment were conducted in 58 countries of the world, but among the main partners of Russia in the sphere of military-technical cooperation called India, Iraq, Vietnam, China and Algeria.

    According to the source "b" in the sphere of military-technical cooperation, these countries have formed a profit in 2015. For example, India has shipped 12 sets for the assembly of Su-30MKI fighters, 23 Mi-17V-5, the party aircraft engines AL-31FP and RD-33, as well as the modernization of diesel-electric submarines of Project 877 Sindhukitri, and six helicopters Ka- 31, and other types of weapons and military equipment (all together - at least $ 4 billion). In Iraq supplied equipment contracts in 2013: Mi-35M, Mi-28NE and Mi-171SH, anti-aircraft missile and gun complexes "Pantsyr-S1", heavy flamethrower system TOS-1A, T-72B (over $ 1 billion).
    Vietnam won two diesel-electric submarines of the project 06361 "Warszawianka" four fighters Su-30MK2 and means of destruction to them (for a total of about $ 1 billion).
    Algeria have shipped six Mi-26T2, party ZRPK "Pantsyr-S1", the tanks T-90SA and started to modernize their infantry fighting vehicles to variant (about $ 800 million) of BMP-2M.
    China this year was limited to only the party Ka-32 helicopters and aircraft engines D-30KP2.
    In addition, Egypt has signed with Russia a large block of contracts (at least $ 5 billion), which includes the delivery of MiG-29M air defense systems of the "Buk-M2E" and "Antey-2500", as well as 46 helicopters Ka-52, this year the agreement will continue to be carried out.

    Played a role and said Putin agreements with the CIS countries: for example, Azerbaijan was transferred to Party T-90S tanks, infantry fighting vehicles BMP-3, Mi-17B-1, and also closed a contract to supply 18 units of TOS-1A (not less than $ 600 million).
    Of CSTO commercial deliveries were only in Belarus (its Air Force received four combat-capable trainer aircraft Yak-130) and Kazakhstan (four Su-30cm), but only their very fact of the interlocutors "b" is called the "great success" Let it small - about $ 500 million - but still "real money, rather than the delivery free of charge".
    Free Russian equipment from the presence of the Defense Ministry was delivered to Belarus (four divisions of anti-aircraft missile systems S-300PS), Kazakhstan (five divisions of such systems) and Kyrgyzstan (ten BTR-70M).
    According to sources, "b", in the past year "Rosoboronexport" is facing not only tough competition in the market and increased customer requirements, but also with the fall of revenues from traditional buyers - primarily because of cheap oil. Nevertheless, this did not prevent Algeria to sign a contract for the purchase of 40 Mi-28NE, to send to Moscow a request to purchase a squadron bombers Su-32, as well as experience on its flight range and specifications of the Su-35 fighter. In addition, according to "Kommersant", negotiations for the purchase of several battalions "Antey-2500".

    Great expectations interlocutors "b" associated in 2016 with China and India. Two consecutive years, Beijing became the launch customer for Russian innovations: in September 2014 he bought the first four divisions of anti-aircraft missile systems S-400 "Triumph" ($ 1.9 billion), and in November 2015 - the first signed contract for 24 Su-35 ($ 2 billion). From Delhi, in particular, is negotiating the purchase of two submarines of Project 636 and is admitted yesterday the deputy director of the Federal Service for military-technical cooperation Vladimir yeast leasing in the Russian Federation of the second nuclear submarine ( "Kommersant" wrote about it March 24).

    Intensify negotiations with Saudi Arabia: Riyadh is interested in systems S-400, and operational-tactical missile complexes "Iskander-E". Illusions sources "b" do not feed, and predicted "difficult negotiations with non-obvious outcome."

    Removing the embargo on the supply of S-300 to Iran and the signing of the contract in 2015 helped to stabilize relations between the two countries, however, the conclusion of transactions hinder Tehran's desire to get a weapon in a loan and the sanctions the UN Security Council.
    According to "Kommersant", at yesterday's meeting was not without its critics. In particular, Vladimir Putin drew attention to the contract in 2011 for the purchase from France of two helicopter the Mistral, which was drawn up at an extremely unfavorable for the Russian conditions (the French could terminate the contract on the basis of the government's decision and by the court Moscow would receive no more than 20% of the billion contract). The second question concerned the technical problems with the implementation of the contract - in particular, the supply of Azerbaijan BTR-82A.

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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  Militarov on Sat Apr 09, 2016 10:38 pm

    "Russia will continue delivering weapons to Azerbaijan and Armenia as its strategic partners under existing contracts, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said on Friday.
    The Russian vice-premier thus responded to a journalists’ request to comment on a statement by the Armenian president that Russia had supplied a large amount of weapons to Azerbaijan and specify if Russia planned to continue these deliveries.

    "Everything is done in compliance with the contracts. Both these countries are our strategic partners," Rogozin said. Rogozin co-chairs on Russia’s behalf the Russian-Azerbaijani bilateral inter-governmental commission. Last time, Rogozin met with the Azerbaijani leadership on March 3. At that time, the sides discussed expanding bilateral cooperation, including military and technical interaction. and participation in import substitution programs, in the first place, in the sphere of agricultural produce. Azerbaijan is a large partner of Russia on the weapons market. In 2010-2014, Moscow signed contracts with Baku on the delivery of helicopters, anti-aircraft missile systems, tanks and artillery systems. According to Russian media data, the package of contracts is estimated at $4 billion. Moscow also supplies armaments to Armenia, including armored vehicles, communications, and other military hardware."



    Source: http://tass.ru/en/defense/868312

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    What Items should Russia focus on for Export???

    Post  d_taddei2 on Sun Apr 10, 2016 12:28 am

    Which items should Russia focus on pushing for export????

    In my eyes without breaking it down to the nitty gritty small categories, they come under 2 areas.
    1) Newer items i.e Su-35, Su-34, Yak-130, Mi-28, Mi-35, T-90, BMP-3, Tornado, Iskander, , Pantsir, S-400, etc
    2) old stock items i.e T-72, 2S1, 2S3, BMP-1, BMP-2, Su-27, Su-24, Su-25, BM-21, SA-8, SA-13, S-300, etc.

    As for newer items these will no doubt have a smaller market base considering cost, and who Russia wants to sell the latest equipment to.

    As for old stock items these will be sold to who ever wants them, Russia currently high numbers of these items in stock, these items wont attract huge amounts of money, and will be marketed towards poorer nations and those on a tight budget.

    So which items in both categories do you think Russia should push and to which countries???

    I personally feel, Russia is missing huge opportunities in selling the Yak-130, Mi-35, Mig-29SMT/M2, as well as BTR-82, T-72, BMP-1, BMP-2, BMP-3, to name a few items. I feel Russia seems more interested in selling its top high tech products that it forgets about the other equipment it already has to offer and certain markets for the cheaper budgets. The Yak-130 Mi-35, and Mig-29SMT/M2 has a huge potential for those countries looking for cheaper items, the South American, Central American, South east Asia, Central Asia, Balkans, and Africa are host to many countries looking for such items to replace the aging systems, Russia should be in there like a shot before other suppliers start offering there items.

    The other aspect where I think Russia should be focusing on is the sale of old stock items, as mentioned above. too a lot of nations these items are still fit for the job, and their price tag attractive, with just a few simple upgrades these old stock items become capable weapons of war again. The problem Russia has the longer they leave this matter the harder it is to sell the items as it gets to a point in time even with simple upgrades they no longer become attractive or viable to sell, so end up having to be given away as military aid or scrapped. They could of course use them as deal sweeteners as well. But with the amount of vehicles in storage they have to approach a lot of countries to reduce there stocks, heres a quick look at some of the numbers.
    T-80, 3,000 in reserve

    T-72, 7,000 in reserve

    BMP-1, 7,000 in reserve

    BMP-2, 6,500 in reserve

    MT-LB, 5,000 in reserve

    BTR-60, 3,600 in reserve

    BDRM-2, 1,000 in reserve

    2S1, 1,400 in reserve

    2S3, 1,600 in reserve

    2S5, 500 in reserve

    BM-21, 2,200 in reserve

    and 1,000's+ of towed artillery, and i bet that there is still some BTR-70, T-62, T-64, still lurking around i dont believe these have all be sold and scrapped yet.


    so anyway any views would be nice.

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    Post  sheytanelkebir on Sun Apr 10, 2016 10:10 am

    are those reserve items in good condition? if russians offered an overhaul and simple upgrade for them (low cost one) it could work. But it seems the russian military inherited the "hoarding" mentality from the soviet union (which was propagated to client states too). Its a waste of money IMHO. Look at the "western" countries they tend to sell or even "donate" their old equipment to buy influence.

    the US has the "EDA" program with which its supplied dozens of countries with free second hand armaments. They still make money on ordnance, spare parts, training and support. Although Russia has a similar program, it seems to be very limited at the moment to just a few CIS states.
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    Post  d_taddei2 on Sun Apr 10, 2016 12:52 pm

    sheytanelkebir wrote:are those reserve items in good condition? if russians offered an overhaul and simple upgrade for them (low cost one) it could work. But it seems the russian military inherited the "hoarding" mentality from the soviet union (which was propagated to client states too). Its a waste of money IMHO. Look at the "western" countries they tend to sell or even "donate" their old equipment to buy influence.

    the US has the "EDA" program with which its supplied dozens of countries with free second hand armaments. They still make money on ordnance, spare parts, training and support. Although Russia has a similar program, it seems to be very limited at the moment to just a few CIS states.


    what condition there in can only be answered the Russian defence ministry. However this hoarding mentality isn't good, you would think with the threats currently facing Russia and central Asian states, that more could be done in terms of arming and training Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan, ive been to both countries and even did the Pamir highway and the Tajik and Afghan border is very porous in fact i could have walk over many times and some places even had small bridges to cross the river, with no one guarding them, the Tajik forces were only armed with AK-47, SKS, RPD, in many areas and at one point there was 8 soldiers patrolling the area armed with AK-47 and this was 1 week after the local police station had a shoot out with Afghanis, the soldiers had no helmets or body armour, and one magazine which was on the AK-47.
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    Re: JSC Rosoboronexport: Products and News

    Post  George1 on Thu Apr 21, 2016 2:26 pm

    Myanmar, Latin America Interested in Russia’s Yak-130 Fighter Trainer

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/military/20160421/1038369281/myanmar-america-yak-130.html#ixzz46Sn272BA


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    Post  George1 on Thu May 19, 2016 6:31 pm

    The portfolio of "Rosoboronexport" for helicopters is $ 8 billion


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    Post  George1 on Thu Jun 09, 2016 11:48 am

    Russian State Arms Exporter Plans to Promote Russian-Made Drones Abroad

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    Post  George1 on Sun Jul 24, 2016 12:14 pm

    Is a Secret Deal Underway for Russia's 1,616MPH Supersonic MIG-29M?

    Reports indicate that Russia has produced as many as 46 new supersonic MiG-29M fighter jets with rumors that a buyer has been lined up for a $2 billion warplane contract.


    The International Business Times reports that Russia has undertaken a flurry of MiG-29M fighter jet construction producing as many as 46 new supersonic aircraft leading to speculation that a secretive deal to sell the 1616MPH (2600kmh) warplanes.

    Moscow has provided no official confirmation about which country, if any, has signed a contract to acquire the fighter jet that analysts estimate is worth upwards of $2 billion although qualified speculation suggests that the purchaser may be the Egyptian government.

    The belief that the Egyptian government of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is the buyer is predicated upon an Egyptian media report that the country’s minister of military production traveled to Moscow in March to discuss military cooperation. Russia has also looked in recent years to China, India, and Iran as potential markets for its military hardware.

    Analysts believe that conducting a deal for the 46 supersonic aircraft with Iran is unlikely given that the deal would likely fall victim to a veto by members of the United Nations Security Council under the terms of last year’s Iran nuclear deal.

    Analysts are downplaying the possibility, but India may be an equally likely partner in light of the two country’s cooperation in the Sukhoi/HAL FGFA fifth-generationT-50 fighter jet program and may make sense as New Delhi looks to patch a capability gap vis-à-vis China until the fifth generation fighter goes into serial production in 2017.Given the short wait until the T-50 becomes combat ready, the purchase of an entire 46 aircraft fleet may be excessive even in an increasingly tense region.

    Beijing seems to be the least likely trade partner for the MIG-29M in light of reports of new J-20 fighter jets surfacing over the skies of China signaling that the warplane program is nearing a critical phase before mass production.

    Ultimately, the sale of 46 MiG fighter jets would be a boon for Russia’s military aviation industry. The once iconic MiG aircraft company, now known as Mikoyan, has been hit since the 1990s with lost deals and production slowdowns falling behind Russia’s other major aircraft manufacturer Sukhoi.

    The rumors of a major fighter jet deal are also in keeping with a statement from Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier this month that Moscow would look to increase military exports in the coming years.

    "The exports of Russian-made weapons and military equipment have reached $4.6 billion, and our contract portfolio is worth more than $50 billion," said Putin in early July. "Russian weapons and military equipment have proven efficient and reliable in vastly different conditions."

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    Post  sepheronx on Sun Jul 24, 2016 5:34 pm

    As I said in the article, this is the 46 for Egypt. And Sputnik said this long ago. This article is stupid. Unless a new deal and this is different from the Egypt deal. And mentioned many months ago.
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    Rosoboronexport Naval Systems Export Catalogue from 2003

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    Rosoboronexport  Naval Systems  Export Catalogue from 2003

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    Post  eehnie on Thu Dec 22, 2016 4:05 pm


    http://www.roe.ru/rus_pr/rus_pr_16_10_15.html

    Russia and India signed an agreement for the production of transport helicopter Ka-226 in India.
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    Post  George1 on Sun Jun 11, 2017 11:23 pm

    Russia's Report to the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms for 2016

    The website of the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms has data from the official report of the Russian Federation to the Register for 2016.
    According to the information provided there, Russia formally declared delivery in 2016 for export of the following weapons, which are accounted for by the UN Register. As usual, types of weapons and equipment in the Russian report are not indicated, therefore, where possible, the relevant notes are made by us.


    I. Μain Battle Tanks: no

    II. Armored combat vehicles:
    Bangladesh - 170 (BTR-80 - publication)

    III. Large-caliber artillery systems:
    Azerbaijan - 6 (presumably, TOS-1A)

    IV. Combat aircraft:
    Bangladesh - 2 (Yak-130 - publication)
    Belarus - 4 (Yak-130 - publication)
    China - 4 (Su-35SK - publication)
    Vietnam - 4 (Su-30MK2)
    India - 8 (MiG-29K/KUB)
    Kazakhstan - 2 (Su-30SM - publication)
    Myanmar - 3 (Yak-130 - publication)

    V. Attack helicopters:
    Angola - 20 (16 Mi-24P and four Mi-171Sh - publication)
    Bangladesh - 6 (Mi-171Sh - publication)
    India - 3 (presumably, Mi-17V-5 in the VIP version)
    Kazakhstan - 6 (four Mi-35M and two Mi-171Sh - publication and publication)
    Nigeria - 2 (Mi-35M - publication)
    Serbia - 2 (Mi-17V-5 - publication)

    VI. Combat ships:
    Vietnam - 1 (Project 06361 submarine - publication)

    VII (a). Missiles and rocket launchers:
    Angola - 84 (?)
    India - 10809 (about 10 thousand of them - presumably TUR "Reflex")
    Kazakhstan - 6 (apparently, aviation)
    Vietnam - 91 (aviation and ship)

    VII (b). Portable air defense systems:
    Armenia - 300 (apparently, missiles of the complex "Igla-S")

    The bmpd comment. It is easy to see that every year the Russian reports to the UN Register suffer more and more incompleteness and a significant part of the supplies in them are not included. As a result, the Russian report for 2016 finally turned into semi-active. It is completely absent, for example, the supply of equipment and weapons to Iraq, not to mention Syria. The supplies to Algeria, where in 2016, T-90SA tanks, Su-30MKI (A) fighters (eight units) and Mi-28NE combat helicopters (six units) were shipped, are not indicated, and apparently the same "embargo" is imposed On the mention of supplies to Egypt (received a missile boat P-32).

    However, no more "innocent" supplies have been indicated, such as the supply of upgraded T-72B1 tanks to Nicaragua and un-modernized T-72B1 to Uganda, T-90S tanks to Azerbaijan, armored vehicles to the CIS countries (Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan), and others .

    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2663704.html



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