Cam Ranh Bay in Vietnam opened an office in St. Petersburg defense plant

Vietnamese ships of the Russian-built Gepard class in Cam Ranh. Source: The military observer

In the South Vietnamese city of Nha Trang, located near Vietnam's Cam Ranh Bay naval base, on Wednesday held a ceremony opening a representative of the Russian JSC "Concern" NGOs "Aurora". This was reported by ITAR-TASS news agency the head of the Kazbek Kulaev.


"The opening of" Concern "NGOs" Aurora "in Vietnam marks an important milestone in strengthening the friendly and long-term relations between the two countries — said Kulaev. — Our permanent presence here will undoubtedly make a significant contribution to the enhancement of cooperation between Russia and Vietnam. Staff representative "Aurora" in Nha Trang will represent the interests of concern in relations with the authorities and management of Vietnam, to promote the expansion of the company in the market of the country, ensure the participation of the "Aurora" in specialized exhibitions and seminars held in the territory of Vietnam. "

Representative office of NGO "Aurora" opened CEO Konstantin Shilov concern. Vietnamese side was represented by the Chairman of the People's Committee of Khanh Hoa Province Nguyen Tan Chen. The ceremony was also attended by the Deputy Chief of Naval Staff Nguyen Van Kiem, representatives of the Naval Academy and the General Staff of the Vietnam People's Army, the commanders of military districts, representatives of several Russian companies with interests in Vietnam.

Located in St. Petersburg, "concern" NGOs "Aurora" — a leading developer, manufacturer and supplier of automated control systems and combat information and control systems for warships and submarines. These systems provide military operation of all armament submarines and surface ships, which is of particular importance for Vietnam. This country will receive this year from Russian first two diesel submarines to be created with the help of the Russian submarine fleet, which while it does not.

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