MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Russia's Rosoboronexport state arms exporter expects to hold meetings and talks with over 70 foreign delegations at the upcoming Army-2017 exhibition to discuss prospects of cooperation and sign trade deals, the exporter's Deputy CEO Sergey Goreslavsky said Monday.
"This year, on the sidelines of Army 2017, we plan to hold meetings and talks with more than 70 foreign delegations from over 50 countries from practically all regions of the world," Goreslavsky said in statement.
The Deputy CEO noted that the company expects to sign around ten agreements on cooperation with foreign states and companies as well with Russian defense industry manufacturers.
Rosoboronexport is a Russian state company that exports military equipment, and is listed among the world’s largest arms exporters. Its share in Russia's military exports amounts to 85 percent.