Russia to sign agreements on military-technical cooperation with Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Cameroon


Russia would strengthen military-technical cooperation with other counties by expanding arms export in 2015, despite Western sanctions, a senior defense official said Friday.

“Russia’s future defense export contracts amounts to 48 U.S. billion dollars, while the country exported arms worth over 15.5 billion dollars in 2014,” Alexander Fomin, head of the ministry’s military-technical cooperation agency, told a meeting at the Federation Council, the parliament’s upper chamber.

Russia has signed 90 arms export deals, with production of aviation industry dominating the export structure, he said.


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