At Dubai Air Show 2013 International Aerospace Exhibition, to be held from 17 to 21 November in Dubai, Rosoboronexport (part of the Rostec State Corporation) will present the key export models of Russian aircraft and air defense systems, as well as space system production and launch projects.
The holding company will showcase more than 70 models of weapons and military equipment. Foreign delegations are expected to pay particular attention to the Sukhoi Su-35 multirole fighter, the latest MiG-29 fighter versions, Yakovlev Yak-130 combat trainer, Beriev Be-200 amphibious aircraft, Kamov Ka-52 and Mil Mi-28NE attack helicopters, Buk- M2E, Tor-M2E and Pantsyr-S1 air defense missile systems, as well as to a variety of aerial weapons.
“The exhibition in Dubai is one of the most prestigious international venues in the aerospace sector. This year, Russia will send the biggest ever delegation since its first participation in the exhibition in 1993, which is in line with the current trend towards more intense military-technical cooperation with the countries in the region in different areas,” - said Advisor to Rosoboronexport General Director Mikhail Zavaliy who heads the company’s delegation at the exhibition.
Within the framework of the exhibition, the holding’s representatives and foreign partners will discuss services in the field of the development of various space systems, including the issues of establishing satellite communications and land monitoring systems as well as rendering launch services for customers.
“Russia has a lot of traditional partners in the Arab world, so even the difficult political situation in the region does not negate the accumulated vast experience of mutually beneficial cooperation, - noted Mikhail Zavaliy. - Russian equipment is well known and highly appreciated here for its efficiency and reliability. We’ve heard pessimistic scenarios regarding the prospects for the development of relationships with the Middle East countries from the enemies of Arab-Russian cooperation more than once. However, in practice, we maintain these relationships at the appropriate level and seek to expand them.”
In 2012, aviation equipment and air defense systems accounted for over 58% of Rosoboronexport’s total portfolio of orders. It is expected that helicopters and air defense systems will be the fastest growing segments in 2013 and their export deliveries will increase by 20% and 30%, respectively.
Rosoboronexport, a subsidiary of the Rostec Corporation, is the sole state-owned arms trade company in the Russian Federation authorized to export the full range of military and dual-purpose products, technologies and services. Rosoboronexport is one of the leading world arms exporters to the international market. Its share in Russia's military exports exceeds 80 percent. Rosoboronexport cooperates with more than 700 enterprises and organizations in the Russian defence industrial complex. Russia maintains military technical cooperation with more than 70 countries around the world.
State Corporation Russian Technologies (Rostec) is a Russian corporation, established in 2007 to promote development, production and export of high-tech industrial products for civil and military purposes. It includes 663 organizations, which currently form 8 holding companies in the defense-industrial sector and 5 holding companies in civilian industries. The organizations of Rostec are located in 60 constituent entities of the Russian Federation and deliver products to the markets of more than 70 countries. In 2012, the revenues of Rostec amounted to $31 billion, with net profit amounting to $1,2 billion. Tax payments to budgets of all levels exceeded $3,6 billion. Its net income in 2011 amounted to $1,5 billion dollars, while tax payments to the budgets of all levels reached $3,3 billion.