Russia is participating with a national pavilion at the ADEX 2022 International Defense Industry Exhibition taking place on September 6-8 at the Baku Expo Center, Azerbaijan. The pavilion unites over 20 enterprises being headed by Rosoboronexport, the national arms trade dealer.
“Rosoboronexport is a traditional exhibitor at ADEX. In Baku, we are showing military products from leading Russian manufacturers for the countries of the Caspian region, with whom we have long-term good-neighborly relations. This time we are demonstrating about 500 pieces of equipment for all services and branches of the armed forces, special and police units, as well as a wide range of civilian products,” announced Alexander Mikheev, Rosoboronexport CEO.
“We expect a lot of attention to small arms, counter-terrorism systems and cybersecurity projects promoted by Rosoboronexport,” he noted.
The Russian National Pavilion is presenting the Il-76MD-90A(E) military transport aircraft, Su-35 multi-role supermaneuverable fighter both from the United Aircraft Corporation, Ka-52(E) scout/attack and Mi-35M transport/attack gunships from the Russian Helicopters, Terminator BMPT tank support fighting vehicle and upgraded Msta-S self-propelled howitzer with a standard 155 mm NATO gun from UVZ, Buk-M2E SAM system from Almaz-Antey and the Khrizantema-S self-propelled ATGM system from Kolomna KBM design bureau of the High Precision Weapons Holding.
Also on display is the Tiger and MRAP wheeled armored vehicles, as well as border and critical asset surveillance equipment, including autonomous mobile posts and video TV surveillance systems.
“The scale of exhibits and the level of the Russian delegation allow us to discuss any current and future projects relevant to the region, as well as formats of interaction in a new global market environment. We will talk about our proposals within the framework of industrial partnership, opportunities for joint development and production of weapons and military equipment, modernization of previously delivered products, and personnel training,” Alexander Mikheev concluded. (Yury Laskin; LAGUK-Media; Photo: The Khrizantema ATG missiles (NATO nickname: AT-15 Springer) can be guided by either radar or laser © Yury Laskin)