Rosoboronexport Director General Alexander Mikheev said that the company’s orders and the production plans from the companies that make up the Russian military industrial complex include the Su-30SME planes, Mi-35M and Mi-17V-5 helicopters and the Protivnik-GE radars.
He explained that the Verba portable anti-aircraft missile system, modern aircraft and a series of armored vehicles and cars also appear in the portfolio of applications, the Russian businessman said, according to TASS news agency.
Mikheev pointed out that Rosoboronexport presented aircraft, helicopters, anti-aircraft defense and electronic warfare assets for more than 30 delegations from 20 countries attending the International Aviation and Space Salon.
The company discussed with its clients the possibility of an industrial association to jointly produce and under license Russian combat aircraft and helicopters or modernize those already delivered, he said.
MAKS 2021 opened on July 20 and will run until July 25 in Zhukovski, near Moscow.