Milipol 2017: Rosoboronexport highlighting Russian know-how in Paris


Russia’s Rosoboronexport state arms seller will show advanced Russian-made law enforcement, counterterrorism and information security solutions at the Milipol 2017 international exhibition, the company’s press office said. Rosoboronexport is a subsidiary of Russia’s Rostec state hi-tech corporation. The 20th Milipol international exhibition began on November 21 and will last through November 24 in Paris.


Rosoboronexport at Milipol 2017


Russia’s official delegation at the exhibition is being headed by Deputy Head of the Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation Anatoly Punchuk and the leader of Rosoboronexport’s delegation is Head of the company’s Security Department Valery Varlamov.

"Rosoboronexport offers not only military hardware but also products and solutions to ensure infrastructural, national and information security. During the Milipol 2017 that is a major exhibition of advanced security equipment and services, we are planning to display Rosoboronexport projects designed for these segments of the global market," Varlamov said.

"We will also offer a wide range of state-of-the-art Russian-made weapons systems for police and special units," he added.

The Russian Taifun-K family vehicle, VPK-233136 special armored vehicle, BTR-80A and BTR-82A armored personnel carriers, small arms and close-combat weapons displayed at the exhibition are the most promising military hardware items for the global market.

Foreign customers are interested in the Kamov Ka-226T (NATO reporting name: Hoodlum) and Ansat light multirole helicopters.

Special units operating in maritime and coastal areas are showing keen interest in the Project 14310, 12150 and 12200 patrol boats and the Project 12061E air-cushion landing boat.


 

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