18:23 GMT09 August 2020
Listen Live
    Asia & Pacific
    Get short URL
    Russia's Army-2016 Military Expo (47)
    31311
    Subscribe

    The Pakistani armed forces show deep interest in Russian air defense systems and tanks.

    KUBINKA (Moscow region) (Sputnik) – The Pakistani armed forces are interested in Russian arms, including air defense systems and tanks, Maj. Gen. Naveed Ahmed, the director general of defense procurement for the country, told Sputnik on Tuesday.

    "Our army services are [showing] keen interest in different Russian products. We are looking for the air platform, for any sorts of helicopters; for the army we are looking for tanks, we are looking for anti-tanks weapon system and more importantly we are looking for the air defense system," Ahmed, who is leading the Pakistani delegation to the Army-2016 military expo, said.

    The military forum, which is taking place on September 6-11 in Kubinka, a western suburb of Moscow, brings together representatives from the Russian defense industry, research institutes, universities, as well as foreign companies. Over 800 Russian and foreign participants will mount some 7,000 exhibitions throughout the week. The forum's participants and guests will attend a number of conferences and round-table discussions to discuss the future development of military technology.

    On Monday, Pakistani Ambassador to Russia Qazi Khalilullah told that Minister of Defense Production Rana Tanveer Hussain would visit the forum.

    According to the ambassador, Pakistan is interested in expanding its military and technical cooperation with Russia.

    Topic:
    Russia's Army-2016 Military Expo (47)

    Related:

    India's PM Modi Urges G20 to Fight Terror, Hinting at Pakistan's Culpability
    Some 3,500 Terrorists Killed in Pakistan's Zarb-e-Azb Operation
    Pakistan in Talks With Russia on Purchase of Su-35 Jets
    Pakistan Values Russia's Readiness to Supply Arms for Counter-Terrorism Fight
    Tags:
    air defense systems, forum, military, Pakistani Army, Russia, Pakistan
    Community standardsDiscussion