Russia is ready to transfer to India’s most modern military technology (Figure)
Indian air force Su-30MKI multirole fighters
LONDON Dec. 22 news: According to the Russian military news network reported on 21 December, Russian Ambassador to India President Carter’s visit to gold in the Medvedev the eve of India told reporters that Russia, India and Russia as military-technical cooperation as a strategic partner, India is prepared to transfer the most modern military technology, even the secret technology.
Ambassador Kim Carter said: “From the Indian arms market to maintain our presence on the point of view, Russia is not prepared to recommend those to India and other countries to share any secrets of the latest technology and techniques, with principled significance. “
The Indian arms market in an increasingly competitive conditions, Russia can maintain its leading status, the Russian ambassador to India said Kim Carter, India is now about 70% of the Soviet and Russian weapons and equipment production. In the foreseeable future, this ratio may of course be some changes, but the status of Russian weapons will not be shaken.
According to Rosoboronexport assessment year 2001-2010, the Russian-Indian military-technical cooperation between projects totaling $ 18 billion, Russia has been completed or will complete most of the weapons and military equipment supply contracts, the largest arms sales mainly to the Indian Air Force supply meter-17V-5 transport helicopters to assist the Indian licensed production of Su-30MKI fighters and T-90S tanks, improved Il-38 anti-submarine aircraft. In addition, Russian companies still carry out procurement of Indian MiG-29K, MiG-29KUB carrier-based fighter aircraft and helicopters card orders -31. In the past 40 years, the scale of Russian-Indian military-technical cooperation more than $ 35 billion, accounting for Russian weapons and military equipment here one third of total exports, which accounted for the major part of the Air Force weaponry.
Russia’s strategic and technical analysis based on the forecast center in the 2015-2016 years ago, Russia’s position on the Indian arms market by the Su-30MKI and MiG-29K fighters to protect the contract, and in 2020 India will also get 80-90 Su-30MKI fighters. In addition, the Russian MiG-35 fighters and helicopters also participated in the Indian card -26 126 multi-fighters and 200 light helicopter procurement tenders. (Compiled: Shu-shan)