The Russian Defense Ministry and the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSMTS) announced today that the duo have agreed to join forces to ensure arms delivered to the Russian army and their export variants are sold at the same prices. The two will join forces to ensure Russian arms manufacturers maintain competitive pricing policies, and do not sell weapons abroad at dumping prices, the service says
Russia sold weapons worth $2.5 billion to militaries around the world in the first two months of 2013, according to the Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation
Russia has sold $15.2 billion in weaponry in 2012, expanding its client base to include more African nations
The Russian Ministry of Defense has announced its plans to build two new radar stations in the east Siberia's Krasnoyarsk Territory and the south Siberian Altai Republic in 2013. “New stations will be constructed across Russia, including in Yeniseysk [Krasnodar] and Barnaul [Altai],” Gen
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Russian investigators looking into allegations of kickbacks and corruptions have uncovered that state-run companies have embezzled more 10 billion rubles ($257 million) this year. According to Investigative Committee spokesman Alexander Sorochkin, the alleged sum included 6
Russia has received six Pantsir-S short-range air defense systems, said the head of air defense troops of Russia's Air Forces, Maj. Gen
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The Russian Defense Ministry has announced that a Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer fighter-bomber crashed on Tuesday during a training flight in the Chelyabinsk region when its nose cone came off. “After an unsuccessful attempt to make an emergency landing, the pilots decided to steer the falling aircraft away from populated areas and ejected safely,” the ministry said in a statement
Russia is planning on setting up a super holding aerospace company that consists of missile makers and tactical missiles corporation which will develop hypersonic weapon technology. Dmitry Rogozin, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, said, "Initially, we are talking about a big 'super-holding' based on Tactical Missiles Corporation and NPO Mashinostroyenie
Russian arms manufacturer Rosoboronexport announced on Monday the possibility of a joint development of defense equipment with South Africa. “There is a great potential [for joint projects] in the area of radar equipment and rocket engines,” Rosoboronexport said in a statement
By the end of the first half of this century, Russia could deploy its sixth-generation pilotless strategic bomber aircraft. Long-Range Aviation Commander Lt
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