Russia's State-of-the-art Armaments
Global Aviator|March 2021
JSC Rosoboronexport demonstrated newly-designed products of Russia’s defence industry and some military equipment that is most in demand on the world arms market.

The show is extremely important as a platform for the exchange of experience and technologies, and as an international forum, offering unique opportunities in establishing new partnership links.

“The Middle East and North Africa are now among key customers in the arms market. This region accounts for about 1/3 of the total market volume. Arms with the “Made in Russia” trademark are well known and sought after here. They have made a very good showing in adverse climatic conditions – on sea, land and in the air. Taking all this into consideration, the region is very important for us. At year-end 2020, the MENA countries accounted for over 50% of all export supplies through Rosoboronexport. In addition to the growth of exports and product mix, we have considerably expanded the geography of our cooperation in the region. In 2021, these positive trends will be continued in accordance with the objectives set out for us by the country’s leadership,” said Director General of Rostec State Corporation Sergey Chemezov.

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