Uganda returns Hinds.

UGANDA ANNOUNCED on March 15 that it is returning two Mi-24 attack helicopters -reportedly because they have not been overhauled as specified in the contract. The supplier, Consolidated Sales Corporation (CSC) has been given three weeks to meet its obligations or face the loss of the contract and a demand for a refund. However, CSC maintains that the deal has no termination clause but does allow for amicable settlement or arbitration.

The latest difficulty is finding a suitable overhaul location. The Ugandans estimate the overhaul cost to be $1.2 million, but CSC objects to that amount. It has come up

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Uganda has received the first batch of Russian Su-30 fighters

The first batch of Russian multi-role fighters Su-30 delivered to Uganda, said Wednesday the Center for Analysis of World Arms Trade (TSAMTO) with reference to the representative of the East African country's air force captain Tabari Kikonko.

Was held on the eve of the first test flight.

Uganda is preparing to develop oil fields in the Lake Albert and acquire military equipment to ensure safety in the border areas of the Congo. The British company Tullow Oil PLC, French Total SA and China's Cnooc Ltd. intend to implement projects in Uganda to develop oil fields,

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Uganda received a batch of Russian Su-30MK2

At the air base, "Entebbe" Air Force of Uganda (East Africa) from Russia delivered the next couple of Su-30MK2.

As reported earlier TSAMTO, Sun Uganda in 2010 as part of a package deal bought six Su-30MK2 fighters and other weapons, the total cost of which amounted to 740 million dollars, including 327 million dollars for the fighters. The first two aircraft were delivered in July 2011, the second pair — in October 2011, the last two aircraft — in May 2012. 

During the exhibition "Africa Aerospace and Defence 2012" (Pretoria, South Africa) August 21,

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Uganda has bought Russian fighter jets for $ 740 million

The Ministry of Defence of Uganda acquired a certain amount of Russian fighter jets for a total of 740 million dollars, according to defenceWeb. Presumably, purchased aircraft — fighters of the Su-30. According to the portal, Uganda plans to start oil production in the Lake Albert and is actively buying weapons and military equipment to ensure security in the region. Previously, the newspaper The Wall Street Journal wrote that Uganda has acquired six to eight Russian fighters. The Russian side has officially sale of military equipment has not yet confirmed. The new fighters will be used on the

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Action "Bike in a gift of health workers in Uganda"

Action "Bike for free health worker in Uganda," Guide to Gifts

Guide to choosing eco-gifts 2012-2013 ' 10 '  

In the world there is a group of projects "Tales Not Bombs", and one of these groups began a campaign to the transportation of the collected from compatriots normal city bikes to Uganda, where these bikes are peredarivat health officials of the African country, working in the village. Bike can be a relief for them, as most of the doctors and paramedics has no other way to get to their patients but to a bicycle. To help with

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Uganda has received the first batch of Russian Su-30 fighters

The first batch of Russian multi-role fighters Su-30 delivered to Uganda, said Wednesday the Center for Analysis of World Arms Trade (TSAMTO) with reference to the representative of the East African country’s air force captain Tabari Kikonko.

Was held on the eve of the first test flight.

Uganda is preparing to develop oil fields in the Lake Albert and acquire military equipment to ensure safety in the border areas of the Congo. The British company Tullow Oil PLC, French Total SA and China’s Cnooc Ltd. intend to implement projects in Uganda to develop oil fields,

Continue reading Uganda has received the first batch of Russian Su-30 fighters

Uganda has received the first batch of Russian Su-30 fighters

The first batch of Russian multi-role fighters Su-30 delivered to Uganda, said Wednesday the Center for Analysis of World Arms Trade (TSAMTO) with reference to the representative of the East African country’s air force captain Tabari Kikonko.

Was held on the eve of the first test flight.

Uganda is preparing to develop oil fields in the Lake Albert and acquire military equipment to ensure safety in the border areas of the Congo. The British company Tullow Oil PLC, French Total SA and China’s Cnooc Ltd. intend to implement projects in Uganda to develop oil fields,

Continue reading Uganda has received the first batch of Russian Su-30 fighters

Uganda has bought Russian fighter jets for $ 740 million

The Ministry of Defence of Uganda acquired a certain amount of Russian fighter jets for a total of 740 million dollars, according to defenceWeb. Presumably, purchased aircraft — fighters of the Su-30. According to the portal, Uganda plans to start oil production in the Lake Albert and is actively buying weapons and military equipment to ensure security in the region. Previously, the newspaper The Wall Street Journal wrote that Uganda has acquired six to eight Russian fighters. The Russian side has officially sale of military equipment has not yet confirmed. The new fighters will be used on the

Continue reading Uganda has bought Russian fighter jets for $ 740 million

Uganda has bought Russian fighter jets for $ 740 million

The Ministry of Defence of Uganda acquired a certain amount of Russian fighter jets for a total of 740 million dollars, according to defenceWeb. Presumably, purchased aircraft — fighters of the Su-30. According to the portal, Uganda plans to start oil production in the Lake Albert and is actively buying weapons and military equipment to ensure security in the region. Previously, the newspaper The Wall Street Journal wrote that Uganda has acquired six to eight Russian fighters. The Russian side has officially sale of military equipment has not yet confirmed. The new fighters will be used on the

Continue reading Uganda has bought Russian fighter jets for $ 740 million

Uganda received a batch of Russian Su-30MK2

At the air base, "Entebbe" Air Force of Uganda (East Africa) from Russia delivered the next couple of Su-30MK2.

As reported earlier TSAMTO, Sun Uganda in 2010 as part of a package deal bought six Su-30MK2 fighters and other weapons, the total cost of which amounted to 740 million dollars, including 327 million dollars for the fighters. The first two aircraft were delivered in July 2011, the second pair — in October 2011, the last two aircraft — in May 2012. 

During the exhibition "Africa Aerospace and Defence 2012" (Pretoria, South Africa) August 21,

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