Russian officials previously said that the Turkish side was interested in Russia’s antiaircraft defence systems, including the Antey-2500
Antey-2500 surface-to-air missile system
ISTANBUL, May 7. /TASS/. Russia’s arms exporter Rosoboronexport has reached a number of agreements with the Turkish colleagues at the International Defense Industry Fair IDEF-2015 in Turkey. The work on the agreements will be started in May, the company’s delegation head Anatoly Aksyonov told journalists on Thursday.
According to him, the Russian special exporter has already found “many partners in the Turkish industry that have already pooled efforts in certain spheres of work.”
“I think that after the holidays we will start the work on the agreements we have reached with the Turkish colleagues,” Aksyonov said.
He declined to specify the projects, only saying that they are both in the sphere of ground equipment and the Air Force and Navy.
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