Presents full range of modern Russian defense products
Athens, Greece. 14 July 2021. Russia’sRosoboronexport is cynosure of all eyes and is attracting good footfall at the Greek Defence Exhibition DEFEA 2021.
“Rosoboronexport notes with great satisfaction the systematic and effective work with Greek partners, despite severe restrictions related to unfair competition on the part of most European countries. Today, the company fulfills its obligations under previously concluded contracts. After-sales service of the delivered Russian naval equipment, as well as air defense systems, does not cause complaints from the partner. Rosoboronexport looks forward to increased military-technical cooperation both with Greece and other friendly European states participating in the exhibition,” said Alexander Mikheev, Director General of Rosoboronexport.
Rosoboronexport is showcasing products of Russian defense enterprises at stand F19 in Pavilion 3. During the exhibition, the company is holding a number of presentations of weapons and military equipment for foreign customers.
Representatives of the Greek Army and delegations of other countries are interested in new models of small arms – Kalashnikov AK-200 series and AK-15 assault rifles, Kalashnikov Pecheneg machine gun and 12.7 mm 6P50 machine gun. In addition, scaled models of the T-90S MBT and the BT-3F armored personnel carrier are on display at Rosoboronexport stand.
The company expects that European partners will pay increased attention to the Msta-S self-propelled howitzer upgraded to NATO’s 155 mm caliber, Khrizantema-S and Kornet-EM anti-tank systems, Tornado-S 300 mm multiple rocket launcher, as well as to the A-220M 57 mm remote controlled weapon station.
At Rosoboronexport stand, Argus-NV is exhibiting its Phobos, Atlas, Deimos and Titan thermal imaging sights which Rosoboronexport promotes worldwide under the brand name INFRATECH.
The Yak-130 combat training aircraft displayed here as a scaled model, Su-35 multirole super-maneuverable fighter, MiG-35D two-seat multifunctional front-line fighter and the IL-76MD-90A(E) military transport aircraft are considered to be the most advanced equipment models for the air force in the region’s market.
The company’s delegation is ready to provide comprehensive information on the Orion-E unmanned aerial vehicle, which Rosoboronexport has started promoting worldwide in a reconnaissance/strike version. Special Technology Center presents a model of its Orlan-10E unmanned aerial vehicle at Rosoboronexport stand.
At DEFEA 2021, Rosoboronexport is also showcasing a wide range of Russian military helicopters. Visitors to the stand will be able to get acquainted with a model of the Mi-28NE attack helicopter, as well as get detailed information on the Ka-226T multi-purpose helicopter, Ka-52 scout/attack helicopter, Mi-35M transport/attack helicopter, Mi-17V-5, Mi-171Sh military transport helicopters and the Ka-31 radar picket helicopter.
The Gepard-3.9-class frigate, Project 20382 Tiger-class corvette, BK-16E high-speed transport/landing boat and BK-10, BK-10M and BK-9 high-speed assault boats may be of interest to delegations of the naval forces. Rosoboronexport is also presenting Project 636 and Amur-1650 diesel-electric submarines, as well as P-750, Piranha and Piranha-T small submarines. For coastal defense, the company is showcasing the Rubezh-ME and Bastion modern coastal defense missile systems with the Yakhont anti-ship cruise missile at DEFEA 2021.
Also on display are a wide range of advanced air defense and electronic warfare systems in Athens. In particular, the Viking medium-range SAM system, S-400Triumf long-range air defense missile system, Verba MANPADS, as well as the Tor-E2 SAM system and the Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft gun/missile system, which have proved effective in countering UAVs, have prospects in the region’s arms market.
In addition, Rosoboronexport is offering counter-drone electronic warfare systems that have been successfully tested under combat conditions such as the Repellent system and its super-mobile version, Repellent-Patrol, mounted on light army SUVs.