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Russia is negotiating with Slovakia and Bahrain on the supply of armored vehicles "Tiger"

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The government of Slovakia plans to buy Russian Tiger armored vehicles on a regular basis, currently negotiations are underway on the supply, the RIA News a message from Denis Trifonov, Deputy Director of the Department of Foreign Economic Activity of the Military-Industrial Company.


Russia is negotiating with Slovakia and Bahrain on the supply of armored vehicles "Tiger"


Earlier it was reported that Slovakia acquired one "Tiger" and is interested in new supplies. Thus, Slovakia became the only NATO country to exploit this Russian machine.

We are working with Slovakia, there are, among other things, political issues. This year we do not plan deliveries there, but just next year we expect that the issue with the budgeting of this contract will be resolved. We are talking about regular deliveries of cars
said Trifonov at the BIDEC-2017 arms exhibition in Bahrain.

Interested in Russian armored car and Bahraini authorities.

Most of all, the Bahraini side is interested in the Tigr armored car in the modification of the military-industrial complex 233136 - this vehicle is intended for law enforcement forces. To date, we are discussing the possible volume of purchases and what particular security structures will be interested in this machine. I think that by the end of the year we will be able to get more specific information from the Bahraini side,
told the deputy director.

According to him, the military-industrial complex company “decided to participate in the first Bahraini arms exhibition at the special invitation of the government of this country.” Trifonov also noted that today Bahrain is a promising partner of the company, possessing "a good budget and big plans for the modernization of the Armed forces and internal troops."

“Tiger” is a family of Russian multi-purpose off-road vehicles. Designed to transport people and various goods on roads and off-road, as well as the installation of various equipment. Depending on the modification, the vehicle is able to transport from 6 to 10 people, including the driver, or up to 1,2 tons of cargo.
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  1. Anarchist
    Anarchist 17 October 2017 10: 58 New
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    What did the Slovaks think about changing their shoes? This is clearly not going to like it! Tricks will be repaired ...
    1. Partyzan
      Partyzan 17 October 2017 11: 02 New
      +7
      Quote: Anarchist
      What did the Slovaks think about changing their shoes?

      clearly not a NATO standard recourse
    2. Jedi
      Jedi 17 October 2017 11: 09 New
      +7
      Quote: Anarchist
      What did the Slovaks think about changing their shoes?

      Maybe everything is banal rests on the cost? Who knows: the "Tiger" is cheaper than NATO-like?
      1. Anarchist
        Anarchist 17 October 2017 11: 26 New
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        And I think that it is more reliable and more economical.
        1. Jedi
          Jedi 17 October 2017 11: 38 New
          +7
          I have no doubt about that.
        2. Gransasso
          Gransasso 17 October 2017 11: 39 New
          +4
          Quote: Anarchist
          And I think that it is more reliable and more economical.



          Well, naturally ... it has long been proven that a Lada is more reliable than a Mercedes ... and German tractor drivers are always up to their ears in oil and oil ... or is it their Soviet colleagues .. it's clean and tidy ..
          1. 79807420129
            79807420129 17 October 2017 11: 44 New
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            Quote: Gransasso
            Well estessno ... it has long been proven that the Lada is more reliable than Mercedes

            I understand you hurt for the power yes But why what, and we are not doing bad military equipment either. hi
          2. rotmistr60
            rotmistr60 17 October 2017 11: 53 New
            +7
            For Gransasso
            Well, how can one fly in the ointment into a Russian barrel. This is only in Europe tractor drivers in white shirts and with a bow tie. At your leisure, take an interest in how many countries buy weapons from Russia and why.
            1. Smog
              Smog 17 October 2017 12: 09 New
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              Quote: rotmistr60
              At your leisure, take an interest in how many countries buy weapons from Russia and why.

              Well, Russia is also not bad at selling agricultural equipment. And even to EU countries.
              1. Gransasso
                Gransasso 17 October 2017 12: 40 New
                +1
                Quote: Smog
                Well, Russia is also not bad at selling agricultural equipment. And even to EU countries.



                What are these and where?
                1. Smog
                  Smog 17 October 2017 12: 47 New
                  +4
                  Quote: Gransasso
                  What are these and where?

                  Google to the rescue.
                2. weksha50
                  weksha50 17 October 2017 13: 26 New
                  +4
                  Quote: Gransasso
                  What are these and where?


                  “The export of agricultural machinery from Russia in the first half of 2017 increased 1,5 times to 4,1 billion rubles. The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation believes that the growth in export of agricultural machinery is associated with an improvement in its quality, as well as the development of new, unique technologies." .. .

                  Source: https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/98803

                  "One of the drivers of production growth, according to Mr. Shveitsov, should be the development of the export direction, which will not only ensure the growth of sales potential, but also diversify the risks, increasing the stability of domestic producers.

                  Next agricultural year, CB Rostselmash plans to enter the markets of Australia, Algeria, Angola, Syria, South Africa and India. "...

                  So it’s not so bad ... hi
                3. Pivot
                  Pivot 17 October 2017 20: 26 New
                  +1
                  I can throw off the statistics of Rosagromash in export in PM, normally we sell for export, the amount is not mind-blowing, but on all members of the forum for many years it will be enough if divided.
                  1. Gransasso
                    Gransasso 17 October 2017 20: 42 New
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                    If there is a breakdown by country and the amount of equipment specific .. but not just the amount ... and who exactly pays, the buyer or again for Russian loans .. then discard me in HP if it’s easy
                    1. Pivot
                      Pivot 17 October 2017 22: 24 New
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                      Russia unfortunately does not subsidize sales of agricultural machinery for export
                      1. Gransasso
                        Gransasso 18 October 2017 01: 08 New
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                        Quote: Pivot
                        Russia unfortunately does not subsidize sales of agricultural machinery for export


                        In 2016, the government will allot 1,5 billion rubles to support the export of agricultural machinery. It follows from an order signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on March 25 and published on Tuesday at www.government.ru. The money will be used to compensate for part of the costs of transportation and promotion of products on foreign markets, to finalize the design of equipment and so on.


                        https://m.vedomosti.ru/business/articles/2016/03/
                        30/635633-pravitelstvo-potratit-15-mlrd-rublei-po
                        dderzhku-eksporta-selhoztehniki
                      2. Gransasso
                        Gransasso 18 October 2017 01: 21 New
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                        It subsidizes 1,5 yards of rubles for 2016 subsidies.

                        Exports outside the CU for 2016 are about $ 40 million.

                        The main buyers outside the TS-Ukraine, Moldova, Mongolia and so on. For some pennies are exported back to Germany, England and Finland .. for several pieces of combines ...

                        https://agroinfo.com/0612201604-est-li-eksport-se
                        lxoztexniki-iz-rossii /
            2. Gransasso
              Gransasso 17 October 2017 12: 34 New
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              Countries that buy weapons from Russia are quite specific countries ... and for quite specific reasons ... supposedly the reliability of technology, in the last roles there
              1. rotmistr60
                rotmistr60 17 October 2017 12: 39 New
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                Yes, you find yourself completely off topic, and criticize there too.
                1. Smog
                  Smog 17 October 2017 12: 51 New
                  +6
                  Yeah, T90 and C 300, and now C 400 well, very on the last roles.
                  Quote: Gransasso
                  Countries that buy weapons from Russia are quite specific countries.

                  So USshniki is also a specific country? laughing What can I say - well done Gransasso, well done laughing
                  1. Gransasso
                    Gransasso 17 October 2017 13: 34 New
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                    Quote: Smog
                    Yeah, T90 and C 300, and now C 400 well, very much on the last roles



                    You always get into the discussion without owning the topic? ..

                    Countries buying equipment from Russia are:

                    a). poor countries. all there are Bangladeshi, Indonesia, Venezuela, Syria and Africans. "buy" a loan for Russian loans. Usually they do not repay loans.

                    b) .India was a beggar and took the Soviet one. By the same principles. Then, from a beggar I went into the category of poor. And immediately the condition was only with the transfer of technology and assembly in India (su-30, t-90). And with Western electronic farsem. now the last 10 years, when a little more money has been made, Russian arms exporters lose miserably one Indian tender after another in favor of the Western Orazians.

                    c). A separate line is China. He was a beggar. He bought the Soviet. He became rich. But after 89, under Western sanctions on military technology. He periodically buys Russian samples for copying / comparison with his samples.

                    Iran bought the S-300 because it cannot buy anything under sanctions. The S-400 was bought by China for the same reasons. The T-90 is India. On condition of its own assembly.

                    For some reason, Russia practically doesn’t buy this tank masterpiece .. prefers a modification of the ancient t-72-80 ....
                    1. Smog
                      Smog 17 October 2017 14: 08 New
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                      Quote: Gransasso
                      You always get into the discussion without owning the topic? ..

                      Oh, I'm sorry that I’m with my snout, and in good fortune, to you, over civilized and super educated Yes, and with my opinion .... Are you a super expert ???
                      Well, then on the topic of your post.
                      Blah, blah, blah and nothing concrete. Where are the numbers, connoisseur of the topic? The numbers where ??????? request
          3. sedoj
            sedoj 17 October 2017 12: 17 New
            +3
            Quote: Gransasso
            Well, naturally ... it has long been proven that a Lada is more reliable than a Mercedes ... and German tractor drivers are always up to their ears in oil and oil ... or is it their Soviet colleagues .. it's clean and tidy ..

            Well, yes, yes ... By the way, Lada is a descendant of Fiat. But Fiat still does not differ in quality or reliability.
            1. Gransasso
              Gransasso 17 October 2017 12: 32 New
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              Quote: sedoj
              Well, yes, yes ... By the way, Lada is a descendant of Fiat. But Fiat still does not differ in quality or reliability.



              Fiat-124 and Lada in the Soviet version .. these are two big differences ..


              Seriously, Fiat is neither quality nor reliability? .... where are you informed?
              1. sedoj
                sedoj 17 October 2017 13: 35 New
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                Quote: Gransasso
                ... where are you informed?

                Unfortunately, on my own experience, as well as on the experience of my friends. Having a Fiat, as well as an Iveco truck, you will never forget the road to Verkshtat. What I will not say about other brands.
                1. Gransasso
                  Gransasso 17 October 2017 13: 40 New
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                  I have dozens and hundreds of friends who do not have these problems ...
          4. weksha50
            weksha50 17 October 2017 13: 07 New
            +2
            Quote: Gransasso
            Well, naturally ... it has long been proven that a Lada is more reliable than a Mercedes ... and German tractor drivers are always up to their ears in oil and oil ... or is it their Soviet colleagues .. it's clean and tidy ..



            You will laugh .... When a Russian (Russian citizen) suddenly saw the Niva on the streets of the German city, he asked her host in surprise: Why? Why? To which the owner replied: "You don’t understand ... Having a Niva is PRESTIGIOUS .... She eats gas as much as no Mercedes can eat ... And not everyone can afford to keep it" ... yes

            So ... And it’s funny, and - somehow surprisingly, proudly ... Not everyone can contain it ... good
            1. Gransasso
              Gransasso 17 October 2017 13: 23 New
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              I will not laugh .. these rarities can sometimes be seen in Italy .. the truth is a diesel engine. Not Russian
      2. 79807420129
        79807420129 17 October 2017 11: 38 New
        +7
        Quote: Jedi
        Maybe everything is banal rests on the cost? Who knows: the "Tiger" is cheaper than NATO-like?

        Read here, Max, if interested:
        army-news.ru/2011/07/iveco-protiv-tigra/
        Taburetkin just wanted iveco, hi
        1. Jedi
          Jedi 17 October 2017 11: 49 New
          +6
          Thank you, Vlad. Lynx versus Tiger is a well-known and many times described topic. yes
    3. stolz
      stolz 17 October 2017 11: 33 New
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      Yeah, we will arm and equip NATO, because the interests of the motherland are nothing, and money is our everything.
      1. Smog
        Smog 17 October 2017 11: 55 New
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        Quote: Stolz
        We will arm and equip NATO,

        Well, if you find at least one country from the Warsaw Treaty Organization, you can trade with it.
        And India, which is better than the partners of Slovakia. And with a mattress and a French, India, well, not a fig in this area does not cooperate.
      2. weksha50
        weksha50 17 October 2017 13: 40 New
        +1
        Quote: Stolz
        Yeah, we will arm and equip NATO, because the interests of the motherland are nothing, and money is our everything.


        You look, what is the output spectrum of these Tigers ... So another question is whether they will "equip and equip" NATO ... It depends on what configuration ...
        And so, the main task is to transport a small amount of personnel ... Transport, and nothing more ...
        I don’t think that the same Tigers or Bahrain will be sold to the Tigers with a 30mm cannon and Cord or Pecheneg + AGS ...
        And there are about 20 other options ...
    4. The brightest
      The brightest 17 October 2017 11: 52 New
      +2
      Quote: Anarchist
      What did the Slovaks think about changing their shoes? This is clearly not going to like it! Tricks will be repaired ...

      They already bought the Tigers at 16, I think they tried it.
  2. rocket757
    rocket757 17 October 2017 11: 02 New
    +4
    They will sell to anyone no matter jihad mobiles!
    Those bugs ... one question, benefit.
  3. sir_obs
    sir_obs 17 October 2017 11: 15 New
    +1
    Eh, in such a city to work, all the way would give way.
  4. Nikolai Petrov
    Nikolai Petrov 17 October 2017 11: 27 New
    +1
    And why a similar technique to Bahrain? After all, there is nowhere to accelerate on a bicycle.
    1. reservist
      reservist 17 October 2017 11: 33 New
      +3
      And why a similar technique to Bahrain?

      The article says that Bahrain needs an armored car "Tiger" in the modification of the military-industrial complex 233136 - this machine is designed for law enforcement.
      So, there are riots or there will be. People are worried ...
      1. Nikolai Petrov
        Nikolai Petrov 17 October 2017 11: 43 New
        +1
        It’s clear what worries. The exceptional ones will not let them worry too much. Their largest base is in Bahrain. And so it would not hurt Bahrain to blaze. Here Iran holds the cards. Shiites are really offended there.
        1. Nashensky city
          Nashensky city 17 October 2017 13: 24 New
          +2
          The largest base of mattresses on the BV in Qatar is El Udeid (11 thousand). And near Manama they have a fleet base of 5.
          Not only was Bahrain interested in Tiger, they also want to buy the S-400
  5. rpuropuu
    rpuropuu 17 October 2017 12: 48 New
    +1
    Interested in Russian armored car and Bahraini authorities.

    The Slovak government plans to purchase Russian Tiger armored vehicles on a regular basis; negotiations are currently underway for supplies

    I am glad that GAZ still found its niche in the market yes The situation with the contracts "Taburetkina" and Iveco at one time very upset what
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 17 October 2017 13: 11 New
      +3
      I don’t be upset, I’m looking ... when I look into the giblets of electronic equipment!
      For bytovuhu, the identity is a shame, but for other special equipment ........ !!!
      Any bad ideas for international cooperation always .......!
      After all, there were factories, they did everything that was necessary!
      If anything domestic appears, few, very few !!!
      I wait, I hope. that you don’t have to rummage through various impor- tant directories! Tired of it!
  6. Pivot
    Pivot 18 October 2017 08: 36 New
    0
    Gransasso,
    Poland and Canada, when I said no subsidies, I had in mind targeted lending to countries to buy our equipment, the international exhibition in Hanover starts on November 12. There, as usual, RostSelmash and PTZ will be there, I am sure their sales will grow, as they are actively engaged in the development of a dealer network in the EU, Rostov residents are doing this to a greater extent, my colleagues from Poland and Germany have a rather positive assessment of the quality of Rostselmash (Versatile in the EU markets), this concerns and combines and tractors.
    1. Gransasso
      Gransasso 18 October 2017 09: 23 New
      0
      Quote: Pivot
      Gransasso,
      Poland and Canada, when I said no subsidies, I had in mind targeted lending to countries to buy our equipment, the international exhibition in Hanover starts on November 12. There, as usual, RostSelmash and PTZ will be there, I am sure their sales will grow, as they are actively engaged in the development of a dealer network in the EU, Rostov residents are doing this to a greater extent, my colleagues from Poland and Germany have a rather positive assessment of the quality of Rostselmash (Versatile in the EU markets), this concerns and combines and tractors.



      Hello. I am not Russian and, perhaps, I do not always understand the meaning of all words in Russian ... 1,5 yards of state rubles in 2016 for export subsidies, how to translate?. Is it subsidies that in Russian? What does this money go to if not to cover "sales" at bargain prices?

      As for sales to Canada and Poland ... in 2016, the volume of Russian exports in these countries is around $ 400.000 ... how much does a modern combine harvester cost? 100.000 ?. Translate these 400.000 into combines ... and you get a clear picture of the scale ...
      1. Pivot
        Pivot 18 October 2017 14: 58 New
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        Our statistics are not at all transparent; last year about 20 Acros and Vector combines were sold to Poland, and the same amount to Germany and Finland. Our foreign trade services serve the interests of the sale of grain, steel, oil, gas and do not help our producers in any way. The subsidies you are talking about are not the fact that they will be paid, they are distributed at the end of the year after the submission of a huge package of documents, not the fact that they will get to the manufacturers like that.