Rosoboronexport will present about 200 samples of Russian-made weapons and military equipment at the International Aviation and Space Exhibition Aero India 2023, the company said.
“The exhibition provides us with an excellent opportunity to show modern samples of Russian production and discuss areas for further bilateral cooperation with India”, – said the general director of Rosoboronexport Alexander Mikheevwhose words were previously quoted in the press service of the company.
“Today we offer new points of interaction in the framework of the joint development and production of high-tech products based on Indian enterprises as part of the Make in India national program in compliance with all requirements for localization and technology transfer,” Mikheev said.
Rosoboronexport announced that they will present about 200 pieces of equipment and weapons at the exhibition, including the fifth generation Su-57E fighter, Checkmate light tactical aircraft, as well as Su-35, Su-30SME, MiG-35D fighters.
Rosoboronexport will also show at the exhibition the Ka-226T light multi-purpose helicopter, the production of which is proposed to be launched on the basis of the Indo Russian Helicopters Limited joint venture with the participation of Russian and Indian industrial companies as part of the Make in India program.
The report notes that visitors to the Rosoboronexport stand will be able to get acquainted with Russian unmanned aerial vehicles: reconnaissance and strike Orion-E, reconnaissance Orlan-10E and Orlan-30 – a novelty of 2022.
“In the air defense segment, Rosoboronexport presents at the exhibition the entire range of weapons that can be used both separately and as part of a layered air defense system,” – said the press service.
The company added that meetings with representatives of the Ministry of Defense and other law enforcement agencies of India and the countries of the Asia-Pacific region are planned within the framework of the exhibition.
The exhibition will be held from 13 to 17 February at the Yelahanka Air Force Base in Bangalore (India).