In 2012, Rosoboronexport has signed contracts with India worth more than $ 3.5 billion

TSAMTO, February 4. In 2012, "Rosoboronexport" has signed a contract with India for the supply of weapons and military equipment worth more than $ 3.5 billion, said in an interview, "RIA Novosti", Deputy General Director of "Rosoboronexport" Victor Komardin.

In his words, "to include most major contracts for the supply of additional Mi-17V-5 aircraft engines and avionics for the Su-30MKI and the party TEKHKOMPLEKT to the Su-30MKI," — said the agency.

"According to our forecasts," Rosoboronexport "in the framework of the already signed contracts can annually export to India of arms and weapons for an amount not less than $ 3 billion", said V.Komardin.

In an interview, "RIA Novosti", V.Komardin noted that "we are now actively negotiating contracts for the modernization of anti-submarine helicopters Ka-28, Su-30MKI upgrade and supply batch of helicopters Mi-17V-5 for the needs of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of India. There are other attractive projects, and not only on aviation subjects. We hope that the total value of the contracts at the end of this year will exceed last year's figure and will make a very impressive figure. "

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