Russia To Hawk Cruise Missiles Used In Syrian Conflict At Indonesian Show
File photo of Kalibr land attack cruise missile.☆
Russian arms exporter Rosoboronexport will be exhibiting its Kalibr-PLE (Club-S) and Kalibr-NKE (Club-N) submarine and surface vessel-launched cruise missiles at the Indo-Defence 2016 show in Jakarta later this week.
The missiles were successfully used in the Syrian conflict travelling over 1500 kms to strike anti-regime forces and Islamic State targets near the city of Alleppo.
In addition, the Project 12701 Alexandrite-E coastal mine countermeasures ship, a large landing ship derived from on Project 11711, and the Project 21301 rescue vessel are promising for promotion in markets in the region, a Rosoboronexport statement said.
The MiG-29M/M2 multifunctional frontline fighter, Su-32 fighter-bomber, Yak-130 combat training aircraft, Il-76MD-90A military transport aircraft, Mi-26T2, Mi-17V-5 / Mi-171Sh, Mi-35M helicopters and Orlan-10E and Tachyon unmanned aerial systems are considered promising hardware for equipping air forces of the countries in the region.
The Be-200 amphibious aircraft, which in 2015 took part in extinguishing forest fires on Sumatra Island is considered promising to Indonesia. The T-72 and T-90 tanks, BTR-80A and BTR-82A armored personnel carriers, BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicles and associated training aids may draw the interest of army representatives.