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2014-04-29 12:23:14

MOSCOW, April 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The new sanctions imposed on a number of Russian companies and individuals are a regrettable move since such decisions impede fruitful cooperation between the two countries' industrial corporations aimed at developing joint projects of strategic global importance. For over a decade Sergey Chemezov and international corporations have been building business connections whose strength and durability are measured not only in the...

2011-08-16 07:00:00

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Aug, 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cornische Aviation and Maintenance Limited, Sharjah, UAE announced today they have won their protest against the US Army for improperly including sustainment in the contract for 21 Russian Mi-17 helicopters. In June 2011 the US Army issued a $367M sole source award to the Russian arms company Rosoboronexport for the purchase of 21 Mi-17 aircraft, initial spares and engineering support for Afghanistan. With no public announcement,...

2011-05-10 05:53:00

MOSCOW, May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Rosoboronexport federal state unitary enterprise will present more than a hundred samples of weapons and military equipment at the IDEF 2011 International Defence Industry Fair to be held for the second time in Istanbul in the period from 10th to 13th May 2011, paying special attention to needs of the Mediterranean states. "We take into account the fact that some states in the region are NATO members. We also know from practice that all our...

2010-10-18 03:00:00

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Defense Technology Inc. (DTI) announced today that they had donated the historical maintenance bulletins for the Mi-17 aircraft to the Afghan Air Force. The Mi-17 manufacturers (OEMs) regularly issue safety and maintenance bulletins for the aircraft models they have produced. These bulletins contain important flight safety information, new maintenance procedures, required part replacements and other information required by the user to operate the...

2009-04-22 12:30:38

Russia's state arms exporter said its business would remain steady this year, but warned the recession could affect supply lines. Our situation is stable, said Alexander Brindikov, head of a group that advises arms exporter Rosoboronexport. The exporter expects sales to reach $7 billion this year, equal to sales for 2008, RIA Novosti reported Wednesday. Currently, the company's backlog of orders is valued at $27 billion However, today in the marketplace "¦ defense enterprises with the...

2008-08-25 06:00:54

Text of report in English by Angolan state-owned news agency Angop website on 24 August The government of Angola has formalized, through an announcement in the State Gazette of last 15 July, the project of creating the Angolan satellite dubbed "Angosat", including its production, launch and operation. Angop learnt on Saturday [23 August], from decision included in the First Series No 130 of this official organ, that the project also includes the creation of human resources and...

2008-07-14 21:00:22

MOSCOW. July 14 (Interfax) - Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has signed a decree establishing the Rostekhnologii state technology corporation, the Russian president's press service said on Monday. Plants attached to the new state corporation would be restructured, Rostekhnologii Director General Sergei Chemezov said earlier. "We will have to restructure all the attached plants," he said in a interview with the news channel Vesti 24 on Saturday. Chemezov did not rule out the possible...

2006-08-08 04:02:34

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin on Tuesday branded U.S. sanctions against two leading Russian arms exporters "an unfriendly act" and warned they could rebound on U.S.-Russia relations. The United States announced sanctions on Friday on seven firms from Russia, India, North Korea and Cuba for selling restricted items to Iran, which Washington fears is trying to make nuclear weapons. The sanctions were imposed on Russian state export agency Rosoboronexport -- headed by a close friend...

2006-08-07 09:19:33

By Guy Faulconbridge MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.S. sanctions against two leading Russian arms exporters mark a new low in already chilly ties between Moscow and Washington and could hurt business deals worth billions of dollars. The United States announced sanctions on Friday on seven firms from Russia, India, North Korea and Cuba for selling restricted items to Iran, which Washington fears is trying to make nuclear weapons. The sanctions were imposed on Russian state export agency...

2006-08-07 06:33:05

By Guy Faulconbridge MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.S. sanctions against two leading Russian arms exporters mark a new low in already chilly ties between the White House and the Kremlin and could hurt business deals worth billions of dollars. The United States announced sanctions on Friday on seven firms from Russia, India, North Korea, and Cuba for selling restricted items to Iran, which Washington fears is trying to make nuclear weapons. The sanctions were imposed on Russian state export...


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