Rosoboronexport (part of the Rostec State Corporation) is taking part in the first International Exhibition of Arms and Defense Technology ArmHiTec 2016, which will be held from 13 to 15 October at the YerevanExpo Exhibition Complex, Yerevan, Armenia. The Russian delegation will be headed by FSMTC of Russia.
“Rosoboronexport’s participation in inaugural arms and military equipment exhibitions becomes a good tradition,” said Vladimir Goncharov who heads the joint Rostec and Rosoboronexport delegation at ArmHiTec 2016. “For us, this is an excellent opportunity to show the best modern Russian weapons, expand the circle of our foreign partners and continue to strengthen military-technical cooperation between Russia and Armenia and other countries.”
Rosoboronexport is the organizer of a joint display that will feature products from Russian defense manufacturers. To showcase arms and military equipment, the Company leases over 180 square meters of exhibit area. Russia will be represented by 16 enterprises that will show to potential customers advanced armored vehicles, missiles and artillery, equipment (including Tiger-M and Typhoon-K multipurpose and special-purpose motor vehicles, Uran-series robotic systems), military aircraft, small arms and ammunition.
In addition, the Russian defense industry will demonstrate the latest unmanned aerial vehicles and systems, communications equipment, automated troop command & control systems, security and individual protection equipment, laser, information and telecommunication technologies, information security systems, infantry combat gear system, medical support facilities and much more. In particular, at Rosoboronexport’s stand, JSC RusBITeh will exhibit an electronic shooting simulator while Helicopters of Russia - a model of the Mi-171Sh military/transport helicopter. Russian air defense weapons that enjoy great popularity all over the world, including the Tor-M2KM SAM system and Pantsir-S1 air defense missile/gun system, will be on display at the exhibition. Among armored vehicles, T-90S tank, BMP-3F infantry fighting vehicle and BTR-82A armored personnel carrier will be exhibited in Yerevan.
At ArmHiTec 2016, the Russian delegation will hold B2B meetings with foreign partners, the world's leading arms and military equipment manufacturers together with whom Russia implements joint projects in the interest of the national armed forces and law enforcement agencies of third countries. Meetings with colleagues from CSTO member countries will contribute to the expansion of mutually beneficial relations in the sphere of military-technical cooperation, organizing activities on the development and modernization of weapons and military equipment and, ultimately, to strengthening collective security in the region.