"The exhibition stand of Rosoboronexport will contain information on more than 250 samples of military products. Many of them have been used by the Russian Aerospace Forces during the counter-terror operation in Syria and proved to be reliable, high-quality, zero-fault weapons capable of fulfilling combat tasks in real world," the company's press release said.
According to the statement, Yakovlev Yak-130 trainer aircraft, Mikoyan MiG-29M and Sukhoi Su-30 fighter aircraft are considered to be the most promising in terms of export to Latin America. Potential customers are also expected to show interest in Mi-171Sh, Mil Mi-28NE and Mil Mi-35M helicopters.
Rosoboronexport will also be showcasing an "Integrated security systems" project offering solutions to ensure cybersecurity as well to establish control over sky and coasts, state borders, large municipalities and other objects.
The exhibition, held every two years since 2007, will kick off on Thursday and conclude on Sunday.