New Rosoboronexport Air Defence Systems Export Catalogue [EXCLUSIVE]
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"In 2022, Rosoboronexport has launched a global marketing campaign for 15 new military products developed and manufactured in Russia. Its export catalog was replenished with products for the Air Force, Navy, Ground Forces, Air Defense Forces as well as with UAV countermeasures. Market launch of new products significantly increases the competitiveness of Russian arms and strengthens the position of our country on the global market," said Rosoboronexport Director General Alexander Mikheev. Among the long-awaited novelties are the Orlan-30 UAV, Ballista remote-controlled weapon station module, Chukavin sniper rifle, UAV countermeasures systems, new underwater weapons, communications equipment, training simulators, motor and armored vehicles."
Additionally, Rosoboronexport held a public presentation at its stand entitled "New Approaches to Anti-UAV System Construction", during which company specialists presented a new integrated solution: A system capable of effectively countering the actions of drones, combining electronic warfare means and air defence systems of various classes.
Rosoboronexport, as Russia's main military-technical cooperation agent, has been actively expanding the geography of deliveries of products of Russian defense companies worldwide, as well as the variety of these products. Today, our book of orders includes signed contracts with 68 countries and the company's catalogue is growing by dozens of arms and military hardware samples annually.
The UAV has an export version termed ORION-E, which has been included in the product catalogue of Rosoboronexport. The vehicle mock-up has been displayed at the Army 2020 International Forum and Rosoboronexport exposition at IDEX 2021 in Abu Dhabi.
In June 2011, the Russian defence export agency, Rosoboronexport, signed a contract with DCNS for two Mistral / BPC vessels and associated services. The deal is a part of an intergovernmental agreement between France and Russia for four Mistral vessels. 2b1af7f3a8