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India pays Russia $1.2 billion in technology transfer fees for T-90S tanks

India has awarded a $3.12 billion contract for local production of 464 T-90S main battle tanks after paying a technology transfer fee to Russia. The contract was signed with little fanfare earlier this month. The deal stipulates that Russian original equipment manufacturer UralVagonZavod and arms export agency Rosoboronexport will be paid $1.2 billion for technology…
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Russia, UAE mull testing latest Orion-E reconnaissance drone

Russia and the United Arab Emirates are considering holding the trials of the latest Orion-E reconnaissance drone developed by Russia’s Kronshtadt Group, the Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation told TASS at the Dubai Airshow 2019 on Monday. «Middle Eastern countries show interest in Russian drones. Currently, we are in talks with the Emirati side…
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Roscosmos chief discusses space cooperation with Saudi Arabia

In April, Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud visited Russia’s Flight Control Center and stated that the Russian experience of outer space exploration would be included in the Saudi national space strategy. In November, 18 at the Dubai Airshow 2019 Head of Russia’s State Space Corporation Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin discussed possible cooperation in…
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Russia will deliver Pantsir-S systems to Serbia within coming months

Russia will deliver Pantsir-S air defense missile/gun systems to Serbia according to a contract within the coming months, Rosoboronexport’s Director General Alexander Mikheev told TASS. “[System] manufacture and [Serbian expert] training are underway, everything is on track with no delays. The training will be completed very soon; the Russian party is commencing the delivery. The…
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Europe’s MiG-29 Fleet Review

By Alexander Mladenov  The MiG-29 (NATO reporting name Fulcrum) was once the dominant and most capable air defence fighter in Eastern Europe, with as many as 150 machines in service across seven air arms back in 2000. Seventeen years later, the distinctive twin-finned, twin-engined aircraft is becoming an increasingly rare sight. It is now expected…
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Military aviation. Export from Russia in 2014–2018

By Andrey Frolov  Today, it is evident that 2014 has become the key milestone in Russia’s and the world history. The annexation of the Crimea, the beginning of civil war in Ukraine... These events have changed the modus vivendi for Russia and Western countries and resulted in imposing a package of anti-Russian sanctions, including sanctions…
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Negotiating contracts for Russian armaments in the first three quarters of 2017

By Andrei Frolov 2017 has a chance to be remembered as a revolutionary year in the history of Russian foreign arms sales. This results from the fact that Russian arms producers have been particularly successful this year in making a number of breakthroughs in markets that were previously inaccessible, or nearly inaccessible – the petrol-states…
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Su-30. Russian Eagle Laying Golden Eggs

By Alexander Ermakov.  This summer it will be 20 years since the maiden flight of Su-30MKI prototype, the most prominent representative of the most successful Russian family of fighters, took place. The foreign orders alone exceed already five hundred aircraft, and new contracts continue to be signed.   The Su-30 program roots back to the…
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