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Rosoboronexport to expand its exhibition activities in 2018
11.01.2018 Press release

JSC Rosoboronexport (part of the Rostec State Corporation) will make active exhibition efforts in 2018 to expand the reach of Russian defense manufacturers’ displays.

 “We consider participation in international defense exhibitions as one of the key areas of the Company's marketing activities. In 2018, our delegations will visit 23 events in various regions of the world. Particular attention will be paid to the most promising markets such as the Asia Pacific region, the Middle East and Latin America,” said Alexander Mikheev, Director General of Rosoboronexport.

The Company will organize joint Russian displays and will also present its stands at five venues in the Asia Pacific region and in three Middle Eastern states. In addition, there are plans to participate in three exhibitions to be held on the territory of the CIS countries, two European countries, and also in the South African Republic.

 “Clearly, the exhibitions held in Russia continue to be priority and probably most productive for us. This year, Rosoboronexport traditionally organizes its displays at the Army Forum, International Helicopter Industry Exhibition (HeliRussia 2018), Interpolitex and will exhibit its promoted products at the International Far East Naval Salon 2018 in Vladivostok for the first time,” said Alexander Mikheev.

Rosoboronexport is continuously working to promote military-technical cooperation with new partner countries and increase its presence in various regions of the world. To meet these challenges, the Company makes its debut at new exhibition platforms.

 “To strengthen our military-technical cooperation with the Philippines that received a major boost in 2017, we will for the first time organize a Russian display at the Asian Defense & Security (ADAS) 2018 Exhibition and Conference, to be held in September in Manila. I am confident that our participation will strengthen Russia's position on the highly competitive Asian and Pacific arms market,” added the head of Rosoboronexport.