Rosoboronexport space contracts top $1 billion in 15 years

Rosoboronexport has rendered services in launching various types of space vehicles of Germany, Korea, Italy, Austria, the UAE, the United States, Canada and Turkey

Rosoboronexport has rendered services in launching various types of space vehicles of Germany, Korea, Italy, Austria, the UAE, the United States, Canada and Turkey, Rosoboronexport head Anatoly Isaikin said at the MAKS 2015 aerospace show on Aug. 26.

"The total sum of Rosoboronexport contracts for space projects has exceeded $1 billion since 2000," he said.

Rosoboronexport is interacting with foreign partners in the development of communication and navigation systems, and research and development in space and geomatics projects, he said.

Rosoboronexport can offer unique complex projects similar to the first mission of a Malaysian astronaut to the International Space Station under an offset agreement of the contract for the delivery of Sukhoi Su-30MKM fighters, Isaikin said.

 

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