Russia is ready to continue deliveries for the Indian naval aviation, if it receives a request from the Indian side, the head of Russia Helicopters said on Tuesday.
“As for the Vikramaditya aircraft carrier, this will undoubtedly be a decision by the Indian side. The holding company (Helicopters of Russia) will be ready to continue its program of Russian helicopter deliveries to India under a contract with Rosoboronexport,” Alexander Mikheyev was quoted as saying by ITAR-TASS.
India has quite a large fleet of Ka-28/Ka-31 helicopters operational in the Indian naval aviation, he said.
“Correspondingly, if the Indian side will opt out for these helicopters in the future, we are ready to meet this request,” he said. “As for Mistral-class helicopter carriers, the Helicopters of Russia holding company is ready for this program (the delivery of helicopters for these warships).”
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Russia on Thursday handed over two diesel-electric-powered submarines to Vietnams naval force. The deliveries are part of a contract signed between Rosoboronexport and Vietnam for six submarines back in 2009
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The Russian Air Force will take delivery of new aircraft and anti-missile defense systems, as well as to stage large-scale drills by the end of 2014, a Russian Defense Ministrys Air Force spokesman announced on Monday.“By the end of the year, the Air Force is to procure planes, helicopters, modern radar stations… It is also being reequipped with high-end S-400 surface-to-air missiles and Pantsir-S short-range air defense systems,” said Colonel Igor Klimov
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Russian Helicopters and Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET) have signed an agreement to establish a Helicopter Avionics Integration Centre (HAIC) to help boost the competitiveness of Russia's helicopter industry on the global market. The agreement was signed at HeliRussia 2014 by KRET CEO Nikolay Kolesov and Russian Helicopters CEO Alexander Mikheev
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