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Ukraine has concluded a contract with the EU country for the supply of components for the T-72 tanks

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The press service of the Ukrainian concern Ukroboronprom reports that Spetstekheksport has concluded a contract with one of the European state companies for the supply of spare parts and other components tanks T-72. The contract will be implemented until 2019. However, there is no official data which European country needed components of Ukrainian production for T-72 tanks.


From the press service of Ukroboronprom:
The tender was held in accordance with the European Directive Defense Directive 2009 / 81 / EC. The conditions for participation in this tender were similar to those required from participants in public tenders in the Ukrainian Prozorro system. After Ukraine joined the GPA agreement, Spetstechnoexport became the first Ukrainian company that won the tender according to the mentioned rules.


It is noted that in the EU countries, previously included in the socialist camp, at the moment there is a need for components for Soviet-style armored vehicles. The head of Spetstekhnoexport, Pavel Barbul, notes that Ukraine has an industrial link that can meet the needs of European partners in spare parts for armored vehicles and equipment aviation.

Prior to the publication of the official report on the conclusion of the contract by “Spetstechnoexport”, it was stated that Poland needed components.

Ukraine has concluded a contract with the EU country for the supply of components for the T-72 tanks

Modernized Polish tank based on T-72


The Polish Ministry of Defense reported that it intends to modernize the T-72 tanks in service, bringing them to "NATO standards."
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  1. Sofa General
    Sofa General 24 November 2017 12: 54 New
    +6
    Cool business ...
    Buy from resellers ...
    Particularly pleased with the phrase: "Ukraine has an industrial link that can satisfy the needs of European partners for spare parts for armored vehicles and aviation equipment" - is it like to remove and sell from your own, but to buy from Russia again through the fourth countries or China?
    1. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 24 November 2017 12: 55 New
      +3
      Quote: Sofa General
      Cool business ...
      Buy from resellers ...

      I think these are not resellers. The Czechs have all the documentation for the T-72 and more than once they have already modernized these machines in different countries.
      1. Anarchist
        Anarchist 24 November 2017 12: 57 New
        20
        But what about decommunization? The T-72 is Soviet Legacy!
        Where there is money there are no principles ...
        1. Going
          Going 24 November 2017 13: 14 New
          +7
          And here they read from right to left and there are no principles. Good afternoon Alexander hi
          1. Vladimir16
            Vladimir16 24 November 2017 13: 22 New
            +2
            The Polish Ministry of Defense reported that it intends to modernize the T-72 tanks in service, bringing them to "NATO standards."

            The main NATO standard is money in the right wallet. Ukrainians are not drawn to it. And the T-72 cannot be converted into a NATO standard either with a file or with a rasp.
            1. karabas-barabas
              karabas-barabas 24 November 2017 19: 09 New
              +1
              Quote: Vladimir16
              The main NATO standard is money in the right wallet.

              The meaning of your phrase is incomprehensible, what does the purse have to do with it? Or do you think dill will transfer money and get nothing for them? In my opinion, the situation is as follows - it is known that the Russian-Ukrainian defense industry does not have the technologies and components that NATO countries have access to. Now Ukraine will have access to such technologies, it can also be communication systems in real time - CIUSs, it can be electric drives for the LMS (which provides higher speed and accuracy of aiming), it can be DUBNs and Panoramic sights, laser illumination sensors, APU. Which in general can significantly increase the combat qualities of dill tanks and give them a significant advantage over the DNR / LNR armored formations and even the Russian T-72B3. If we add to this the supply of radars, large-caliber rifles, UAVs and ATGM Javelins that were not trimmed down in the technical characteristics, as before, then dill can put up an army that is quite modern and equipped with battle experienced and motivated fighters. And I think it's worth discussing.
              1. Nikolai Grek
                Nikolai Grek 24 November 2017 21: 11 New
                +2
                Quote: karabas-barabas
                Quote: Vladimir16
                The main NATO standard is money in the right wallet.
                The meaning of your phrase is incomprehensible, what does the purse have to do with it?


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          2. drunkram
            drunkram 24 November 2017 18: 54 New
            0
            It’s just that the Czechs, for example, have brains and they appreciate what they have, it’s at least silly to send new and quite suitable tanks for scrapping.
      2. Lord of the Sith
        Lord of the Sith 24 November 2017 13: 12 New
        +5
        Shalom! I also thought at first, like you, that these parts are for Ukrainian technology. But it turned out not, Ukraine will buy spare parts for tanks of Eastern European countries that are members of the EU.
    2. Shurik70
      Shurik70 24 November 2017 12: 57 New
      +4
      Not at all. Dismantled tanks in Ukraine, their parts sold abroad.
      European country? Well, there were some T-72s. Or maybe an intermediary. Such parts are many where needed.
      1. PalBor
        PalBor 24 November 2017 13: 10 New
        +5
        Quote: Shurik70
        Not at all. Dismantled tanks in Ukraine, their parts sold abroad.
        European country? Well, there were some T-72s. Or maybe an intermediary. Such parts are many where needed.

        Yeah. Bulgaria-Sudan-Saudi Arabia-Jabhat-en-Nusra. Parts found a customer.
    3. svp67
      svp67 24 November 2017 16: 04 New
      +1
      Quote: Sofa General
      Particularly pleased with the phrase: "Ukraine has an industrial link that can satisfy the needs of European partners for spare parts for armored vehicles and aviation equipment" - is it like to remove and sell from your own, but to buy from Russia again through the fourth countries or China?

      To begin with, do you have a LIST of requested parts? I think no. Further, in the USSR, the entire USSR took part in the construction of tanks. And on the territory of the Ukrainian SSR a lot of parts, components and assemblies for the T-72 tank were produced. A lot, from small to large and especially important. For example, rangefinder sights. Since there were military districts on the territory of the same Ukrainian SSR and neighboring BSSR, and beyond the nearest border were groups of troops and ATS countries, which were armed with T-72 tanks, which meant there were tank repair enterprises. The Ukrainian SSR had Kiev and Lvov tank repair plants under T-72. So, you don’t have to be surprised at anything, except that some kind of Soviet production still remained in Ukraine
    4. master2
      master2 24 November 2017 23: 02 New
      0
      Ukraine does not have the T-72 in service; these are purely Russian tanks. Ukrainian T-64 tanks and there are all opportunities for the production of tanks that they successfully do
      1. Golovan Jack
        Golovan Jack 24 November 2017 23: 06 New
        +7
        Quote: master2
        there are all possibilities for the production of tanks that they successfully do

        Tank without a gun - money down the drain (C)
        Whoever needs it will understand wink
        1. master2
          master2 1 December 2017 22: 47 New
          0
          the production of guns has long been established at the NGO named after Frunze in Sumy
  2. Sergey53
    Sergey53 24 November 2017 13: 00 New
    +1
    Since we naturally will not sell them, there is such a cycle.
  3. Altona
    Altona 24 November 2017 13: 00 New
    +2
    Quote: Shurik70
    European country? Well, there were some T-72s. Or maybe an intermediary. Such parts are many where needed.

    ----------------------
    Poland is.
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 24 November 2017 13: 01 New
    +3
    Honestly, I do not envy this European country. Firstly, whether the contract will be fulfilled by the Ukrainian side (there is a sin behind them to throw partners). Secondly, there are doubts about the quality of spare parts (Soviet stocks have run out) that will be manufactured. But this is their headache.
    1. Jedi
      Jedi 24 November 2017 13: 07 New
      +6
      Perhaps this is precisely why they did not divulge who thought of doing business with dill. And then you will immediately receive the label "Suckers."
      1. Going
        Going 24 November 2017 13: 15 New
        +8
        I suspect that Russian companies are also selling through E.S .. Good afternoon, Maxim hi
        1. Jedi
          Jedi 24 November 2017 13: 20 New
          +4
          My regards. hi
          Quote: Going
          I suspect that Russian companies are also selling through E.S.

          It is possible, but I would not compare the reliability of suppliers in Russia and Ukraine. The comparison is clearly not in favor of the latter. yes
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          1. Going
            Going 24 November 2017 13: 23 New
            +8
            Thank you drinks they sell used and at dumping prices.
            1. Jedi
              Jedi 24 November 2017 13: 27 New
              +4
              Quote: Going
              they sell used and at dumping prices.

              So someone bought a cheap cheese. wink
              1. Going
                Going 24 November 2017 13: 38 New
                +7
                True, there are still Chinese who could podsuetsitsya with their counterfeit.
                1. Jedi
                  Jedi 24 November 2017 13: 42 New
                  +3
                  I do not consider the option with narrow-eyed merchants to be excluded. yes
                  1. Going
                    Going 24 November 2017 13: 46 New
                    +7
                    Then another scandal may break out and Ukraine will receive a soft spot for the supply of marriage.
                    1. Jedi
                      Jedi 24 November 2017 13: 51 New
                      +3
                      Quote: Going
                      Ukraine will receive a soft spot

                      Or maybe they are waiting for this? wink
                      1. Going
                        Going 24 November 2017 17: 12 New
                        +7
                        They probably like it when they write about them in the newspapers, and for whatever reason they do not care, the main thing is that they would mention Ukraine.
        2. Sergey53
          Sergey53 24 November 2017 13: 57 New
          0
          Engines for tanks and so shoved through Moldova.
  5. Lex.
    Lex. 24 November 2017 13: 03 New
    +1
    Something the cameras are uncomfortable it will be easier for the enemy to bring them down
    1. PSih2097
      PSih2097 24 November 2017 14: 36 New
      0
      Quote: Lex.
      Something the cameras are uncomfortable it will be easier for the enemy to bring them down

      So it’s PT-72U - a “city tank” in Polish, regarding optics ...
      In the context of urban combat, the issue of timely detection of threats is particularly acute. For this, the PT-72U tank is equipped with the ODF Optronics ODR-HV surveillance system. It consists of eight cameras with a field of view width 55 °, located on different parts of the tower. Thus, all of them provide circular observation, and the cameras' viewing areas partially overlap with each other. The video signal from the cameras is transmitted to the monitor installed on the workplace of the tank commander. On the roof of the tower, between the hatches of the commander and the gunner is a block of the ODR PTZ surveillance system. The unit can rotate in any direction and tilt in a vertical plane ranging from -10 ° to + 70 ° from the horizontal. Optics unit ODR PTZ provides 26-fold increase. The ODF Optronics ODR-HV system provides continuous monitoring of the environment and, if necessary, can be used to aim a machine gun turret.

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  6. Olegovi4
    Olegovi4 24 November 2017 13: 07 New
    +1
    if Poland, then how about the purchases by it of tanks in Deutschland? or leo is not enough
  7. Anyone
    Anyone 24 November 2017 13: 38 New
    0
    Quote: Sofa General
    Cool business ...
    Buy from resellers ...
    Particularly pleased with the phrase: "Ukraine has an industrial link that can satisfy the needs of European partners for spare parts for armored vehicles and aviation equipment" - is it like to remove and sell from your own, but to buy from Russia again through the fourth countries or China?

    Since the mid-90s, Ukraine has sold about 700 T-72 units and BTS engineering vehicles (based on the T-72). Some of them have been modernized. It must be assumed that Nenki has some production capacities and stocks of components. Poland, however, wants to moderate its T-72s to the RT-91 version, which they did in the 90s at home. Obviously, they turned to Ukraine with a proposal to buy some components, since the latter still had about 400 T-72 units in storage. That's just the condition of these tanks and production facilities (Lviv plant) is unknown. Although, I think that they can still disassemble the tank for spare parts))
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  9. Ratmir_Ryazan
    Ratmir_Ryazan 25 November 2017 10: 43 New
    0
    It’s strange. But why would anyone in Europe have T-72 tanks, and what can Ukraine supply from components ?!