Russia's traditional partners for military-technological cooperation have shown their interest towards new samples of Russian armored military hardware demonstrated at the Victory Day parade in Moscow on May 9, primarily an advanced infantry fighting vehicle and the Armata tank, Russian presidential aide Vladimir Kozhin told the Izvestia newspaper.
"Interest has been displayed mostly by our traditional partners - India, China and Southeast Asia. This hardware is new and expensive," he said.
However, the military hardware demonstrated at the May 9 parade will be supplied to the Russian Armed Forces in the first place, and its exports will become possible later, the official said.
At the moment, Russia's foreign customers are quite satisfied with the Russian hardware being delivered to them under existing contracts, according to Izvestia.
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