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Rosoboronexport to showcase naval equipment at IMDS 2011

Amur-1650 new generation submarines to be showcased at IMDS 2011.

St. PETERSBURG (BNS): Rosoboronexport will showcase over 70 models of naval equipment and armaments at the 5th International Maritime Defense Show (IMDS 2011) at St. Petersburg, Russia.

It will display submarines, surface ships, armament and Coastal zone surveillance equipment at the show.

It will also showcase its A-listed products like Amur-1650 new generation submarines, Gepard 3.9 frigate, Tornado small missile (artillery) ship and Project 12418 Molniya missile boat at IMDS 2011.

"It is important for us that potential customers not only can be acquainted with virtually the full range of our export models, but also see some of them "alive" at the quay wall. Plus firings at the Rzhevka test ground. Naturally, such a variety of Russian military equipment is not available at foreign exhibitions,” Oleg Azizov, head of Rosoboronexport’s delegation at the exhibition and Chief of Navy Special Equipment and Services Export Department, said.

Rosboronexport mainly exports its naval equipment and armaments to Algeria, Venezuela, Vietnam, China and India. In addition to further strengthening ties with its traditional customers, the company is persistently looking for the opportunities to enter new markets.


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