TSAMTO. Top 10 most significant exports to Russia in 2011 in a segment of the arms NE

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In the top 10 most significant events in the segment of Russian arms exports Army in 2011 TSAMTO turned 3 and 7 of the contract of delivery of programs (by previous agreements).

Top TSAMTO rating of up to 2011 takes delivery of the ground forces of Venezuela on a large batch of arms contracts signed in 2009-2010.

The following places in the ranking are occupied by the following programs.

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2. Delivery of the joint venture "BrahMos Aerospace" NE India for completion of one regiment of the new modification of the Kyrgyz Republic "BrahMos" "Block 2", capable of identifying and hitting objects in multitselevoy environment.

3. Supply NE Kazakhstan several types of armored vehicles, including the first export shipment of Russian armored tank support (BMPT).

4. The contract for the modernization of the UAE Armed Forces 135 BMP-3.

5. Start of production in Azerbaijan by Russian license AK-74M.

6. Delivery of Uganda MBT T-90S.

7. Contract with Bangladesh to supply 80 BTR-80A.

8. Continuation of the program with China, the licensed production of armored vehicles GAZ 2330 "Tiger".

9. The conclusion of the contract and delivery of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Uruguay 3 armored GAZ-2330 "Tiger" (this is included with the delivery of the fact that this contract was a small break in this segment of the market of Latin America from the perspectives of a number of other countries in the region).

10. Completion of deliveries Turkmenistan batch of 10 T-90 MBT.

1. Delivery of the ground forces of Venezuela a large batch of weapons under contracts signed in 2009-2010.

In 2011, CB Venezuela were delivered MBT T-72B1, BMP-3M, BTR-80A, 152-mm 2S19 CAO "MSTA-S", 120-mm self-propelled mortars 2S23 "Nona-SVK", 120-mm mortars 2S12A "Sani "122-mm MLRS 9K51 BM-21" Grad "(the number set in the 2011 technology found in the full version of this article).

BMP-3 were delivered in three versions: BMP-3M, BMP-3K and ARV-A "Fugitive Girl."

To control the MLRS units delivered automated fire control systems "Skit-B ‘, placed on the BTR-80" Ural-4320 ".

To control the fire departments 2S19 self-propelled units delivered automated fire control system "machine-M" on the MT-LB chassis.

Venezuela were also provided for twin 23-mm anti-aircraft guns ZU-23/30M1-4 to equip groups of anti-aircraft artillery, which will provide air defense brigades of the Army.

In Venezuela is preparing for the licensed production of an export version of the AK-103, which are scheduled to begin in 2012. All process equipment supplied.

2. Supply of NE India, a joint venture "BrahMos Aerospace" KR "BrahMos" "Block 2"

The program is a joint Indo-Russian venture "BrahMos Aerospace."

The first regiment equipped with the CD "BrahMos", was handed over to East India in 2007 and adopted in 2008. Scope of supply consisted of five self-propelled launchers on the chassis "Tatra" with the wheel formula 12×12, 67 rockets, two mobile command posts and other equipment. The first regiment was adopted rocket version of "Block 1".

The second regiment was in November 2011, adopted the CD, fitted with an advanced guidance system modifications "Block 2", capable of identifying and hitting objects in the environment multitselevoy (placed among a group of objects).

Currently ongoing missile test version of "Block 3", capable of performing a steep dive and destroy in the saddle between the mountains of enemy objects which can not be affected by other ground-based weapons systems.

As planned, the third regiment of the Kyrgyz Republic "BrahMos" will be adopted for the East India in 2013.

By placing orders worth 94.84 billion rupees, NE India intend to adopt in enough all three versions of the CD "BrahMos". Navy and Air Force ordered the rocket in the amount of 35.68 billion rupees and 12.95 billion rupees, respectively.

3. Supply NE Kazakhstan several types of armored vehicles, including the first export shipment of Russian armored tank support (BMPT)

In 2011, Russia supplied Kazakhstan 12 BTR-82A, three units of heavy flamethrower system TOS-1 "Pinocchio" and three tank support combat vehicle (BMPT), "The Terminator".

Party BMPT for sun Kazakhstan became the first overseas delivery of this type of military equipment.

Russia and Kazakhstan are actively negotiating for the continuation of purchases of Russian armored vehicles.

4. The contract for the modernization of the UAE Armed Forces 135 BMP-3

UAE Armed Forces signed during the exhibition IDEX-2011 contract with the "Rosoboronexport" for the modernization of 135 BMP-3 in the amount of 271 million dirhams (75.2 million dollars).

In addition, the exhibition has been signed a contract worth 136.7 million dirhams (38.1 million dollars) for the purchase of 80-mm ammunition for the BMP-3.

5. Start of production in Azerbaijan by Russian license AK-74M

This summer, Azerbaijan has started trial production of the initial batch of AK-74M under license from Russia. Serial production of the AK-74M in Azerbaijan began in the fourth quarter of 2011.

Assembling machines in Azerbaijan will be conducted with the use of component parts and components supplied from Russia. As the development of production, of the details for the AK-74M will be produced in Azerbaijan.

Azerbaijani version of the AK-74M, dubbed Khazri («Xazri"), has a number of differences from the base case for the same weight characteristics. As the agency APA, AK-74M "Xazri" can be installed night vision goggles, laser guidance, the various sights, illumination system and a few others also changed the design of the product.

According to APA, in 2011, to be produced 5 million AK-74M "Xazri." At full capacity per year is planned to collect on the 12 th of AK-74M "Xazri."

The contract, signed in 2010, "Rosoboronexport" with Azerbaijan for 10 years. With annual output, total output could reach 120 thousand items. The main executor of the contract with the Russian side is JSC "Concern" Izhmash ".

Under the terms of the license contract, all produced in Azerbaijan machines will be supplied only the Ministry of Defence and the security agencies of the country.

6. Delivery of Uganda MBT T-90S

Uganda in 2011, the party was set MBT T-90S part of a package contract signed in 2010 (the number set in the 2011 technology found in the full version of this article).

In the segment of CB weapons with Uganda also signed a contract for the delivery of a ATGM "Kornet-E" and missiles for them.

7. Contract with Bangladesh to supply 80 BTR-80A

In Bangladesh in 2011, signed a contract for delivery of 80 armored personnel carriers 80A for peacekeepers country’s armed forces. Previously, under two contracts for the Bangladesh Armed Forces peacekeepers had received a total of 120 BTR-80A, of which 20 units. — In 2011.

8. Continuation of the program with China, the licensed production of armored vehicles GAZ 2330 "Tiger"< br/>
The current contract, according TSAMTO provides licensed assembly in China and 500 armored vehicles "Tiger" in the period 2011-2014. Estimated, in 2011, under license planned to collect 50 armored cars "Tiger." As of early November delivery was confirmed in 2011 25 kits for assembly in China. As the general director of the "Military-Industrial Company" Dmitry Galkin, in order MIC has China’s "Tigers" to the end of 2011 and for 2012. As reported ARMS-TASS referring to D.Galkina, MIC general program for 2011 provides for the production of about 200 armored vehicles "Tiger" including 130 units. for export, in 2012 — 300. (Of which 200 units. Export).

According TSAMTO previously under two contracts in China in 2008-2010. was delivered 110 armored cars "Tiger", 95 cars were assembled in China using screwdriver assembly under license from Russia.

9. The conclusion of the contract and delivery of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Uruguay 3 armored GAZ-2330 "Tiger"

In April 2011, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Uruguay commissioned in Russia for the National Guard batch of three armored cars GAZ-2330 "Tiger", the value of which, according to the Uruguayan media is estimated at 840 thousand dollars.

Uruguay became the first customer of armored cars "Tiger" in Latin America. Machines have been delivered to the customer.

In addition, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Uruguay has acquired a batch of 500 Russian AK-103 chambered in caliber 7,62 x39 mm.

10. Completion of deliveries Turkmenistan batch of 10 T-90 MBT

In 2011, the Armed Forces of Turkmenistan curtained delivery batch of 10 T-90 MBT contract from 2009. Deliveries are implemented in Russia through the provision of credit.

Other programs that are not included in the TOP-10

Mongolia

In 2011, Mongolia was delivered 20 BTR-80A under a contract signed in 2009.

Mongolia to modernize the country’s armed forces will also buy a Russian small arms. This was stated by Minister of National Defense Luvsanvandangiyya Bold during a visit to the "IMZ" and "Izhmash" (in August). The range of products procured has not been determined.

Cuba

Russia has supplied equipment to Cuba for production line of ammunition for small arms, deputy director Konstantin FSMTC Biryulin. Now we are talking about his re-entry and adjustment.

K.Biryulin gave no details of the program: when the contract was awarded, the cost and delivery time.

We are talking about buying a Russian production line for the production of 7.62-mm ammunition of 1943 and 7.62 — mm rifle cartridges.

India

In India, as part of a licensed program in 2011 produced 50 MBT T-90S. In 2012 it is planned to produce about 100 MBTs and 75 more in 2013. On this solid performance of the contract by the Ministry of Defence of India licensed production of heavy machinery in the factory in Avadi first pariah of 300 T-90S MBTs will be completed. Order for production of the next batch of machines is not yet issued (generally licensed program provides for production of 1,000 T-90 MBT).

Bahrain

Bahrain ordered a batch of AK-103. Such contracts are not known.

Russia is implementing a number of programs in the export segment of the Army Weapons. A full version of the article will be published in the magazine "World trade in arms» № 12.

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