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Russia To Display Tiger Class Corvette, 130 Naval Hardware At Euronaval 2016
Project 20382 Tiger Corvette

Rosoboronexport will be displaying more than 130 Naval products, including the advanced Tiger-class corvette, equipped with Club-N integrated missile system and vertical launchers at the EURONAVAL 2016 exhibition, held from 17-21 October in France.

The display at International Naval Defense and Maritime Exhibition & Conference also includes frigates that are being currently supplied to India, offshore patrol vessel, Tornado-class missile ships and their derivatives armed with missile systems, the Russian state intermediary agency announced today. 

The Russian delegation is headed by Anatoly Punchuk, Deputy Director of the Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation.

The hardware covers the entire spectrum of naval equipment and weapons. Many of them have been tested under real combat conditions,” said EvgenyOdintsov who heads the Rosoboronexport delegation.

Rosoboronexport expects that the foreign delegations will take interest in Russian-manufactured surface ships, submarines, as well as weapon systems deployed on ships and in the coastal zone. In addition, the special exporter will offer its traditional partners and potential buyers air and army equipment and weapons required to ensure full support of Navy activities.

It is expected that foreign navy representatives will take interest in the Amur-1650 and non-nuclear submarines equipped with guided missile weapons.

Projects like Mirazh, Sobol, Mangust patrol boats and the Alexandrit-class coastal mine countermeasures vessel having a fiberglass hull displayed on Rosoboronexport’s stand are considered as advanced naval hardware.

The exhibited weapon systems include the Bastion coastal missile systems and Club-N/S integrated missile systems intended for deployment on surface ships and submarines.

Rosoboronexport expects that the delegations will take interest in surface ships, submarines, as well as weapon systems deployed on ships and in the coastal zone. In addition, the special exporter will offer its traditional partners and potential buyers air and army equipment and weapons required to ensure full support of Navy activities.

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