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    Jordan Agrees to Buy $7.8Bln of Heavy Drop Systems From Russia

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    Jordan will buy $7.84 billion worth of Russian heavy drop systems P-7 for air dropping heavy cargoes, Russia state procurement agency says.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) The issued documents revealed that the "Technodinamika" holding that is a part of Rostec state corporation and Russian Interior Ministry would conclude a contract on production’s quality audit – including parachute systems for Jordan.

    The system allows dropping military vehicles weighing from 3.7 to 10 tons from a height of 985 – 4,921 feet. Moreover, one can drop different cargoes and equipment in containers. The agreement dates from August 26, 2015.

    The portal also said that Nigeria would buy $4.6 million worth Russian unguided air-to-surface missile pods.

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