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    Russia's Rosoboronexport state agency's worked was not undermined by Western sanctions, CEO told reporters at the MAKS International Aviation airshow on Tuesday.

    ZHUKOVSKIY (Moscow Region) (Sputnik) — Russia's Rosoboronexport state agency's contracts have not been derailed by Western sanctions, Director General Alexander Mikheev told reporters at the MAKS International Aviation and Space Salon on Tuesday.

    "Sanctions are unpleasant. We cannot say that they had no effect. But in general all our contracts are executed on agreed terms and there are no violations by Rosoboronexport and the industry," Mikheev said. "Not a single contract has been broken."

    Russia's Rosoboronexport state intermediary plans to supply $12.9 billion worth of weapons this year, Director General Alexander Mikheev told reporters Tuesday.

    "As of today, we have shipped $4.517 billion. In total, according to the annual plan, we must deliver $12.9 billion worth of arms," Mikheev said.


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