The Russian defense industry allows the transfer of hypersonic technologies to friendly countries

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The Russian defense industry allows the transfer of hypersonic technologies to friendly countries

The military-industrial complex (DIC) of Russia allows the transfer of hypersonic technologies to friendly countries. But these should be true friends of our state.

This opinion was expressed in an interview with the agency RIA News Deputy Head of the Tactical Missiles Corporation (KTRV) Konstantin Biryulin.

The representative of the OPK does not rule out such a possibility at all. But this decision is political and can be made at the highest level in the country's leadership. Only it can decide how appropriate such a step would be. Of course, such a decision should be carefully considered and weighed beforehand. And when the appropriate order is received, the technologies will be transferred.

Of course, the level of technical development in the countries to which technology is transferred is also of great importance. Their enterprises must be ready for such cooperation, then it will be fruitful.

As an example, Biryulin cited Russian-Indian cooperation in the defense industry. Moscow and New Delhi are successfully implementing the program for the production of BrahMos supersonic missiles and a number of other projects.

Last summer, Alexander Maksichev, co-director of the BrahMos joint venture, in an interview with RIA journalists News said that work on the creation of BrahMos hypersonic missiles is expected to be completed by 2027 or 2028. Concurrently, he holds the position of deputy head of NPO Mashinostroenie, which produces Zircon hypersonic missiles.
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    1. +17
      17 March 2023 09: 25
      I would like to understand how and by what criteria the friendliness of countries will be determined.
      1. +10
        17 March 2023 09: 31
        I would like to understand how and by what criteria the friendliness of countries will be determined

        Turkey, for example, is a very friendly country, although it is not clear by what criteria this was determined. For us, these criteria are secret.
        1. +25
          17 March 2023 09: 42
          It is necessary to sell not resources and technologies, but finished products. It is always so friendly with India when it is beneficial for it, but it keeps production at home.
          1. +16
            17 March 2023 09: 56
            sell not resources and technologies, but finished products.

            Quite right. Some idiot said something to someone...
            and we will all together "procrastinate" this nonsense?
            Russia has no friends except the Army and Navy
            1. 0
              17 March 2023 15: 03
              and now you can safely add Turkey to this!
              1. 0
                17 March 2023 15: 48
                Quote: Fedor1
                and now you can safely add Turkey to this!

                And what side is Turkey?
                Iran, quite possibly.
                North Korea, it’s even interesting, the United States is already afraid of them like fire, they should be given hypersound.
              2. 0
                17 March 2023 18: 06
                Feel free to add Turkey to this!

                Hello, Fedor, that's right, the Sultan manages to sit on two chairs.
                Muddling in our backyard, not good. It looks like he got off with tomatoes.

                And what side is Turkey?

                Yes, anyone, Oleg. So the tap is blocking our "parallel" flow, payments go through with a creak ...


          2. -3
            17 March 2023 11: 57
            There are practically no countries left in the world that are ready to buy products. Every independent country appreciates its independence, especially now, when there are restrictions on finances, logistics, resources. And he tries to produce everything vital for himself. Those who have factories want to produce themselves, and those who do not have them will not be able to make 20-30 weather rockets for them.
            1. +2
              18 March 2023 00: 36
              What are you? Maybe then someone will sell us the full production cycle of 3nm processors right now, since such a fashion ???
              1. 0
                19 March 2023 08: 43
                Now they won't even sell us the production of Chupa-Chups.
            2. +2
              18 March 2023 17: 38
              Quote: Geosun
              There are practically no countries left in the world that are ready to buy products. Every independent country appreciates its independence, especially now, when there are restrictions on finances, logistics, resources. And he tries to produce everything vital for himself. Those who have factories want to produce themselves, and those who do not have them will not be able to make 20-30 weather rockets for them.


              And also in the world there is 1 country that has full-fledged hypersonic technologies. Sharing this with someone is just the height of idiocy. When you're a monopolist let the buyers line up and you can beat the price however you want. Elementary logic with which our leadership does not seem to be familiar.
              They are ready to give everything to everyone as long as they are treated well, but they still do not treat them well.
              1. 0
                19 March 2023 07: 50
                I wanted to write a note, but already one to one ready. The idiocy is rampant. They want to transfer the only thing that is advanced to some kind of "friends". On the contrary, it is necessary to maintain and develop a MONOPOLY on this type of weapon. Unfortunately the only thing to be proud of.
        2. +6
          17 March 2023 10: 25
          Today's friend will become tomorrow's enemy. You should sell such things only when you have reliable means of neutralizing them. Who will guarantee that tomorrow it will not turn against us? And not so much with protective equipment ....
        3. -1
          17 March 2023 10: 28
          Turkey is relatively friendly! feel
          1. 0
            17 March 2023 11: 57
            Hi, the idea is correct, but it’s not clear why you are downvoted ...
            The Sultan is already turning off the supply valve from Europe, and some here seem to be wearing rose-colored glasses.
          2. +2
            17 March 2023 15: 10
            Quote: Aristarkh Pasechnik
            Turkey is relatively friendly! feel

            Yes , already friendly Turkey . In Crimea, support for Ukraine, the sale of weapons and equipment to Ukraine, the construction of corvettes for Bandera, bayraktar-type drones, and other various garbage .. Such a friend is worse than an obvious enemy ... While we are buying their neutral attitude. This is like buying a prostitute for a day, loves a day . And then she went to others. And that's it!
          3. -4
            17 March 2023 15: 11
            Over the past decades, millions of women from Russia have moved to live in Turkey (getting married), and how many millions annually rest in Turkey, and Russia's billions of dollars of investment in Turkey and what other country can compare like that.
            1. +2
              17 March 2023 22: 12
              Quote: Fedor1
              so comparison.

              So COMPARATIVE no one can . With millions of Russian women who married Turks, you got excited.
            2. 0
              19 March 2023 05: 52
              30 vis, if "Turkey is replaced with" outskirts ", even" millions "will become correct
        4. -1
          17 March 2023 17: 47
          Quote: Dimy4
          I would like to understand how and by what criteria the friendliness of countries will be determined

          Will anyone ask us?
          For example, does anyone ask the Americans about deliveries to Ukraine?
          In short, we, like the French, Germans, Americans and ..... are not supposed to know very much ....
        5. -1
          17 March 2023 18: 02
          Americans of Australia handed over nuclear submarines!
          BUT! They still need to be built...
          1. 0
            18 March 2023 19: 09
            The USA, Canada, Britain and Australia are one gang, so it doesn’t matter what they transfer to each other within their regions.
      2. +4
        17 March 2023 09: 35
        The military-industrial complex (DIC) of Russia allows the transfer of hypersonic technologies to friendly countries.

        But just selling developing your own production is not an option ?!
        Or now "Everything is bought, everything is sold!" ?!
        1. 0
          17 March 2023 10: 02
          Quote: Starover_Z
          Or now "Everything is bought, everything is sold!" ?!

          Why now? Under capitalism - always.
        2. 0
          18 March 2023 19: 12
          Even such a question can be asked, why even sell it to anyone ??
      3. +20
        17 March 2023 09: 46
        Yes, there are no "friendly" countries, as they say: "to betray in time means" to foresee "". Whatever "hot friendship" is at the international level, all this can quickly end after a change in leadership, remember at least the Khrushchev times for example, but there are plenty of them in the history of the Soviet period alone! And about the tsarist times, in general, the shaft! True friends, they are so "true" that as soon as they get what they need, they will immediately dump it! And certainly nothing more can be given to China, they wouldn’t even need raw materials, but right now there is no other way out - they need currency! And so, neither China nor India would give a single drop of oil, if it were my will. By the way "if you feed the dog too well, someday it will attack you yourself" © folk wisdom. And Turkey is generally a country - a shifter, a country - a weather vane. There is no need to even say anything. And the most striking thing is: well, who even pulled these "figures" by the tongue? They will transfer technologies that there are no more options for others, or what? Yes, you are ....... but it’s better to sell yourself on the panel, if it’s so “itching” to sell something !!! Ato just a little at once and they can only trade with their homeland! When will Russia finally cease to be a country of "non-scared idiots" !!!!?
        1. +3
          17 March 2023 10: 41
          When will Russia finally cease to be a country of "non-scared idiots" !!!!?

          When we demolish the liberals in the government and other governing structures, when these liberals will live for their country, and not like now - earn money in Russia, but live in the West, when there will be no "partners" in the West, when the green piece of paper will not be an idol object worship, when there will be execution for treason, and many more when ...
          And finally - when will be like Stalin!
      4. +1
        17 March 2023 09: 48
        The criterion here is simple, whoever pays more is the greater "friend".
      5. +13
        17 March 2023 09: 54
        Israel allowed the transfer of technology to Ukraine for the production of fighting Iranian drones, such as testing protection against them on the Slavs. Hence the conclusion Iran can get Iskanders, and maybe hypersound to test Israeli airspace and their vaunted kumpol smile
        1. 0
          18 March 2023 19: 40
          Bullshit!! And what do we care about other countries? Or do you equate hypersonic mopeds in terms of knowledge and technology of strategic national importance?
          We have already seen the transfer of the S-400 to a NATO country and the demonstration of the secrets of the S-300 by Greece to Israel. Maybe it's enough already to make problems for yourself ??
          Recently, representatives of the Turkish presidential candidate generally stated that, if elected, they are going to remind Russia by their actions that they are in NATO.
      6. +5
        17 March 2023 10: 05
        "Be friends" ,, hyper-sounding ,, it is necessary with those who are "himself with a mustache"! With the DPRK ... maybe even with the PRC! recourse
      7. -1
        17 March 2023 10: 26
        Quote: marchcat
        I would like to understand how and by what criteria the friendliness of countries will be determined.

        Most likely, these are countries that recognized the integrity and sovereignty of Russia and did not fight with it in the wars of the past ...
        1. -1
          17 March 2023 15: 55
          Our friend is the one whose US is an enemy.
          Our friend is the one whose US is an enemy.
          I wrote twice, because once does not make any sense, according to the administration.
      8. +1
        17 March 2023 11: 04
        Quote: marchcat
        I would like to understand how and by what criteria the friendliness of countries will be determined.

        And no matter what! The concept of friendliness is nothing more than a momentary state for a given period of time. Friendly today, tomorrow...
      9. 0
        18 March 2023 04: 59
        Many years of experience show that only one country has never betrayed us and never kicked us. This is North Korea. All!
        1. 0
          18 March 2023 20: 19
          But Russia didn't betray North Korea either. On this question can be considered closed. That is, this is not a reason to transfer critical technologies with the likelihood of further dangerous consequences. In addition, North Korea is very friendly with China.
          1. 0
            19 March 2023 05: 44
            Alas, fighting here was also marked by withholding food assistance during a crop failure (cyclones at the wrong time) in the DPRK in the late nineties and practically expelling about 20,000 working Korean citizens from the country and at the same time providing a large loan to southerners.
      10. +1
        18 March 2023 06: 21
        What friendship in this world. Benefit first. Friends bend under pressure and depending on the benefits. Russia has no friends.
      11. 0
        19 March 2023 05: 41
        So far, Lukashenka is real, but already the fact that he wrote "Lukashenko and not Belarus" on the machine leads to sad thoughts ..
    2. +11
      17 March 2023 09: 26
      And do we need it? Risks are a friend today, an enemy tomorrow, enemies will buy an official "friend" for draining technologies, industrial espionage, but you never know? If for the sake of PR, then - the DPRK, they will definitely say thank you and will not spit on the coat in the back.
      1. 0
        18 March 2023 20: 55
        We already have a lot of disclosed secrets in defense technologies. It was not enough to sell the last one, so that later in some next conflict for 10 years to stagnate, not knowing how to overcome the enemy’s echeloned defense!
        Tell me, are you writing from a trench? And at the same time, without regretting that our aircraft, due to the enemy’s air defense, cannot immediately eliminate all the artillery of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, but are forced to shoot with NURS from a roll-up? Or, for example, have they already forgotten how the new Su-34 saved with its capabilities in the conflict with Georgia?
    3. +6
      17 March 2023 09: 27
      The Russian defense industry allows the transfer of hypersonic technologies to friendly countries

      What for? belay
      Trade items! It's much more profitable! What will you feed your workers?
      And from exports, their own aircraft will get a "bread pie". No need to sell "fishing rods", trade "fish". For his country, this is a "gold mine".
      You don’t sell how to make S-300 and S-400, that’s the same here.
      1. 0
        18 March 2023 21: 01
        Why sell it at all? Does the Russian Federation trade little and have no money at all?
    4. +4
      17 March 2023 09: 27
      As we already know, true friends become enemies very easily and naturally. And hypersonic technology is strategic security. So no matter how later you have to bite your elbows ... If you transfer it, then only together with Russian carriers, like daggers in Belarus. Only this way and nothing else
    5. -10
      17 March 2023 09: 29
      With China it is necessary to share, with whom else. They can and will help, but we don’t have more strong friends, the rest don’t understand what. India has already caved in on oil prices, that's not a friend.
      1. +15
        17 March 2023 09: 32
        Why did China become a friend to us? China is our neighbor, yes. But we have never been and never will be a friend, remember this and do not build illusions
        1. +2
          17 March 2023 09: 53
          Quote from: FoBoss_VM
          remember this and do not build illusions

          These are not illusions, this is, apparently, the state plan for the coming years ....................................... ....
      2. +1
        17 March 2023 10: 07
        Is this China friend? When sucking your aims, as it were, "easier" to take away half of your house - is this such a "friend"? And what are your "enemies" then, may I ask?
      3. -1
        17 March 2023 15: 56
        Drones at the front, maybe Chinese. But the Geraniums are Iranian.
        1. 0
          18 March 2023 21: 05
          And what, what are drones? They have already been paid for and most likely without discounts.
      4. +1
        18 March 2023 05: 01
        The Chinese, if they help for a ruble, they will take ten.
    6. +8
      17 March 2023 09: 29
      The Russian defense industry allows the transfer of hypersonic technologies to friendly countries

      1. Are we in a hurry?
      2. Who are friendly? Only the DPRK is on their minds, if they are, then it’s good.
      3. India is a friend? This is still to be seen. They are still thinking about a price ceiling for Russian oil.
      4. I don't know any other "friends of Russia".
      1. -1
        17 March 2023 10: 37
        Like Cuba...
        How nice it would be to have EXACTLY THERE the production (a small warehouse) of hypersonic missiles and technical personnel from Russia ... feel
        The United States does not consider it shameful to transfer nuclear weapons to Germany and even proposes to transfer something to Poland ...
        1. +1
          18 March 2023 05: 06
          Cuba today is not the same as it was half a century ago. The Yankees are closer to her now. The Cubans will not strengthen their disgrace for us, they don’t know how to get rid of the original one ... It’s understandable - it hurts, we are unreliable partners. Unreliable and irresponsible.
          1. 0
            18 March 2023 22: 51
            Quote: Marat Nazmutdinov
            Painfully, we are unreliable partners. Unreliable and irresponsible.
            I do not agree with this statement.
    7. 0
      17 March 2023 09: 30
      The military-industrial complex (DIC) of Russia allows the transfer of hypersonic technologies to friendly countries. But these should be true friends of our state.
      . N-yes with ... and to whom specifically, who are they?
      1. -1
        17 March 2023 11: 08
        North Korea is always with us no matter what.
        1. 0
          18 March 2023 22: 53
          Always for us only our Army and our Navy.
    8. +3
      17 March 2023 09: 31
      A friendly republic, not like a country, Crimea was transferred. And what came of it?
      1. 0
        17 March 2023 09: 36
        canceled the transfer in 2014 due to being unfriendly
    9. +1
      17 March 2023 09: 34
      Yes, we were literally surrounded on all sides along the perimeter by friendly countries. And the friendliest is Turkey, she had to be the first to provide hypersound, it's a pity China intercepted. And India should not be forgotten, in vain did it create ICBMs as much as 8 km, it’s far from America, there are a lot of China, but it’s just right for us ...
      1. -1
        17 March 2023 10: 41
        Quote: mark1
        Yes, we were literally surrounded on all sides along the perimeter by friendly countries.

        The official recognition of Crimea as Russian may be due to the statements of the heads of foreign states, the conclusion of international agreements. For 2022, the recognition of Crimea as Russian was officially announced by:
        Venezuela
        Nicaragua
        Syria
        Afghanistan
        North Korea
        Cuba
        1. -1
          17 March 2023 10: 54
          And which of the above, except for North Korea (and it is worthy and inspires respect), needs hypersonic TECHNOLOGIES?
    10. +5
      17 March 2023 09: 34
      India is a friendly country? A very dubious claim. Even if near-neutral, it's already good. Although, according to the latest information, it gravitates more towards the states. Well, who else is friendly with us, who can be trusted with hypersound? Yes, so that these weapons do not end up with the unfriendly.
    11. -4
      17 March 2023 09: 35
      For example Iran, Syria, China...
      there will be a screech - all the windows will fly out!
    12. +1
      17 March 2023 09: 36
      India is an ally of the US in the region. it turns out hypersound is no longer so unique, since there is no fear of falling into other hands
    13. +2
      17 March 2023 09: 37
      It can be seen that the thirst for profit in the military-industrial complex of Russia blocks the mind! It is very dangerous! Where is the FSB looking?! Who can define, this is definitely a friendly country - "for centuries!" or not!? And tomorrow, these technologies, they will not be sold to the Americans or their satellites at a bargain price! Are the military-industrial complex sure that in "friendly countries" there will not be traitors or spies who will do this ?! Stop being kind, for the people and state account! And so, today there are a lot of "punctures"! It is necessary for everyone who made this proposal and participates in its implementation to check on the "lie detector" and clear the military-industrial complex of possible traitors and enemies!!!Remember the experience of the USSR!!!
    14. -2
      17 March 2023 09: 39
      The military-industrial complex (DIC) of Russia allows the transfer of hypersonic technologies to friendly countries.

      In fact, there is a missile technology control regime that imposes serious restrictions on their transfer.
      And if this does not concern India, since it is a member of the control regime, then with regard to others who are not in the control regime, it will not be so easy to transfer such technologies.
    15. +2
      17 March 2023 09: 39
      allow transmission hypersonic technologies

      The USSR fed, fed "friendly countries", wrote off billions of dollars of debts to them, and they (followed by an untranslatable pun).
      Such products should not be transferred, but SOLD at exorbitant prices. And it is products, not technologies. Another traitor.
    16. +5
      17 March 2023 09: 40
      I just want to say to comrade Biryulin a very relevant phrase from the K / F: "What are you doing, royal muzzle, squandering state-owned lands?"
    17. 0
      17 March 2023 09: 41
      How friendly is India?
      1. +3
        17 March 2023 10: 00
        Not at all, tolerably yes.
        Remember how he led excursions from the USA on our rented boat?!
    18. +3
      17 March 2023 09: 47
      That's it
      they must be true friends of our state.
      and this is very difficult, well, except for the army and navy! wink
    19. +2
      17 March 2023 09: 51
      The only friendly country that I see on business is North Korea, which is always among the first to vote for us and is ready to help in any way it can. And such weapons against the background of confrontation with a block of countries will not harm them, and we still maintain sanctions against this country.
    20. +3
      17 March 2023 09: 52
      I hope this is a journalistic duck. Countries don't have friends, they have interests. Who is friend today, enemy tomorrow.
    21. +1
      17 March 2023 09: 58
      Do you see "true friends" of our country anywhere? I didn't see them anywhere near or far. All cunning partners according to the situation.
      It looks like the "OPK representative" really wanted to trade and earn a pretty penny.
    22. +1
      17 March 2023 09: 58
      Russia has no friends.
      Maybe it’s better to put on combat duty for a small amount of money?
    23. 0
      17 March 2023 09: 59
      Let's open Pandora's box early! fellow We don't care what to open! What a box of vodka, what Pandora! laughing
    24. +1
      17 March 2023 10: 02
      I wouldn't trust Indians. Like everyone else.
      1. 0
        17 March 2023 10: 45
        Quote: olhon
        I wouldn't trust Indians. Like everyone else.

        What about Indians in general?
        It is necessary to change relations with the DPRK and reach the same level when the USSR fought on the side of the DPRK against the Americans ...
        1. 0
          18 March 2023 23: 11
          Well, then join the ranks of the North Korean army, that will be enough.
    25. -1
      17 March 2023 10: 05
      But these should be true friends of our state.

      Well, it's most likely a stone in the Israeli garden. They are very friendly with the Ukronazis... They are going to allow their firms to supply arms to the dill. Well, why don't we recognize Iran as true friends. They really help us...
      1. 0
        18 March 2023 23: 12
        The Iranians provided the drones, they were paid a good price. What else and why?
    26. 0
      17 March 2023 10: 06
      We can sell our technologies to friendly countries that are already at the finish line in this matter. It seems to me that Iran and Syria are very successful in this matter.
      1. 0
        18 March 2023 23: 14
        The only thing that Assad lacks right now is a pair of hypersonic missiles. It is not clear why?
    27. +1
      17 March 2023 10: 10
      At one time, a lot of technology and equipment was transferred to the Warsaw Pact countries. Now it's all working against us. I do not understand why transfer these technologies now even to India, which is wagging its tail in both directions. To get these technologies to the USA from there? Russia has no reliable allies to share such technologies. And why share them at all?
    28. +2
      17 March 2023 10: 15
      Quote: T-100
      The only friendly country that I see on business is North Korea, which is always among the first to vote for us and is ready to help in any way it can. And such weapons against the background of confrontation with a block of countries will not harm them, and we still maintain sanctions against this country.

      From there, these technologies will immediately go to China, it's clear .. And even to South Korea. There is no need to distribute any technology to anyone. And then with the same China, well, there were such friends that you! They were given atomic weapons, jet planes. And then suddenly Damansky Island happened. Therefore, there is no need to scatter such things.
    29. 0
      17 March 2023 10: 21
      Quote: marchcat
      I would like to understand how and by what criteria the friendliness of countries will be determined.

      I see no one understood anything: technology transfer is said for Americans, to increase stress and improve urine tests.
    30. 0
      17 March 2023 10: 23
      Quote: tralflot1832
      We can sell our technologies to friendly countries that are already at the finish line in this matter. It seems to me that Iran and Syria are very successful in this matter.

      Load oranges in barrels. Instead, gee-gee-gee
    31. +1
      17 March 2023 10: 24
      Are North Korea true friends?? I can't find truth laughing
    32. +2
      17 March 2023 10: 25
      Tomorrow in any friendly country there will be some kind of color revolution and the regime there will be replaced by an unfriendly one. And we have already adjusted the technology to them. What's far to go? Let's adjust such technologies, for example, to the CSTO members of Armenia or Kazakhstan. They are allies! That there is no desire, right? Other "friendly" ones are no better. Therefore, these idiotic ideas should be abandoned. You can not sell the security of the country.
    33. +3
      17 March 2023 10: 27
      Why does Russia simply have a maniacal desire to help someone, take off their last panties and give it back? laughing Nobody helps us. Why did he blurt it out?
    34. +3
      17 March 2023 10: 31
      true friends of our state

      By definition, there cannot be such people, life goes on, circumstances change, heads of state change, which will affect relations between states, today it can be a "true friend", and tomorrow an enemy ...
    35. -1
      17 March 2023 10: 31
      "I would like to understand how and by what criteria the friendliness of countries will be determined."
      Classic!

      But seriously ...
      If I were king...
      I would have "transferred" all these technologies to the islands long ago (both!).
      Under its own power.
    36. 0
      17 March 2023 10: 33
      The military-industrial complex (DIC) of Russia allows the transfer of hypersonic technologies to friendly countries.
      1. -1
        17 March 2023 12: 19
        PS The military-industrial complex (DIC) of Russia allows the transfer of hypersonic technologies to friendly countries.
        IRAN!
    37. +1
      17 March 2023 10: 43
      When it comes to unique (especially defense) technologies, it is appropriate to talk not about the transfer or sale, but about the exchange of technologies (in the event that the partner has a unique technology that we need).
      1. 0
        18 March 2023 23: 24
        It should then be clarified that it would be a technology comparable in all respects: uniqueness, cost of development, importance for the country. That is: they are NOT mopeds. And since neither South Korea nor Taiwan are particularly friendly to us, this question can be closed.
    38. +2
      17 March 2023 10: 53
      again ... we have no allies except ourselves, transferring such advanced technologies as hypersound to "friendly" countries is the greatest stupidity
    39. +2
      17 March 2023 11: 02
      Ukraine, too, seems to have been a friendly country before. Oh well
    40. +1
      17 March 2023 11: 04
      At the end, something stirred. The West is transferring its nuclear technology, and we all hope for treaties and observe them alone. I would not mind if nuclear submarines appeared on lease from Belarus, from Korea, Iran, for example. The United States can transfer its nuclear submarines to England and Australia, and we are all waiting for a good kick.
    41. 0
      17 March 2023 11: 06
      Even the French and British created their own nuclear weapons.

      What lesson is learned from the experience of the Indians who defended themselves with a paper signed by the "big white chief"? First, we stopped producing 203 mm guns in 1991, when we gouged our country to get "talking paper from the white leader", then we destroyed chemical weapons, and now we will sell tomahawks to "friends". The Indians were smarter, because they did not have the production of their guns at all. They can still be understood, which is probably why they have not completely disappeared even in the 21st century. Will they outlive us? Anything can happen in this World.. God is merciful, but so far no one but us has tried to test Him.

      Nobody but us! - our favorite, but very ambiguous slogan
    42. +1
      17 March 2023 11: 06
      Any country can turn its back on us after the election, a change in the leadership of the country leads to a change in policy.

      Therefore, you should not sell the technology for the production of hypersonic missiles, but sell ready-made missiles to friendly countries, and with a liquidator inside if they fly in our direction ...

      You can earn billions on the sale of such missiles, and sell them every year.
      And having sold the production technology, for a couple of million, you can say the buyer will get it almost for free. And resell to the Americans. And it is not profitable for us that the Americans fire at us with such missiles.

      I would not contact India by hypersound. They are against China, and it is more profitable for us to cooperate with China. Yes, and the CIA will search Indians like children, and copy everything.
      China will copy missiles, if they buy, let them make copies, copies are most often worse than the original.
      Ready-made missiles can be sold to China and Iran, let them sink American ships, and the technology should be kept.
      1. 0
        18 March 2023 23: 31
        You should not transfer these technologies to anyone at all, because our country got them over the years of labor of thousands of people, sweat and blood, and we still don’t have anything cooler than nuclear weapons!
    43. +1
      17 March 2023 11: 09
      I think that in a few days, not officially, but behind the scenes, along with other names, the name of another potential beneficiary, the DPRK, will pop up, as if by chance ...
      The states will be in hysterics - and their minds will go beyond their minds from panic fear.
      And good. To keep America from too reckless anti-Russian steps - just such information is needed.
      1. +2
        17 March 2023 11: 26
        Quote: Peter_Koldunov
        To keep America from too reckless anti-Russian steps - just such information is needed.

        Or maybe it will inspire America, for it is not in vain that they say: "what two people know, the pig knows." In addition, over the past three decades, our wise bosses have heaped up such nonsense that no one has done in 10 years.
      2. 0
        18 March 2023 23: 34
        And what then? Kim Jong-un will definitely bang on them, or will the Americans abandon their plans to capture this paradise?
    44. +3
      17 March 2023 12: 34
      You don't need to be smart to trade quality goods, but to create one you have to be a great scientist and designer.
    45. +1
      17 March 2023 12: 44
      It's like the states would share the secrets of a nuclear bomb with friendly Britain. But even then, with the joint development of this weapon, the states drove all the British out of the project when all the conceptual solutions were found.
    46. +2
      17 March 2023 14: 35
      How close the Bulgarian brothers were to us. And in fact, they turned out to be finished creatures. We don't have brothers. They are brothers while they eat and drink at our table. And when it's hard for us, stick a knife in the back.
    47. 0
      17 March 2023 14: 45
      [/ quote] I'm friendly and tomorrow [/ i]
    48. +2
      17 March 2023 15: 08
      Where are they now friendly countries, how many of them are left around only Belarus, and there were around 15 not counting European jackals. And from European countries, how many Hungary and Serbia are balancing. So what are their technologies. Only to the Army and Navy themselves to transfer and as much as possible.
      1. +1
        19 March 2023 06: 10
        Belarus, a country of remake without deep traditions and not yet well-established history, their path is still like that of all remake - who pays more to that and go, or the "leader" leads his own way. So do not exclude the Maidan path after Lukashenka and there are more babosov behind the puddle ..
    49. -1
      17 March 2023 15: 58
      Quote: rocket757
      N-yes with ... and to whom specifically, who are they?

      And where do Geraniums grow, do you know?
    50. 0
      17 March 2023 18: 24
      No, it’s just scaring the United States by handing it over to China, and just before Xi’s visit, Xi will look kinder.
    51. 0
      17 March 2023 18: 35
      What nonsense. The ideal option is not the transfer of technology or finished products. Only and exclusively rental with crews, with the possibility of subsequent training and sale.
      The advantages are obvious to us; no “friendly” Turkey or China will take it apart so easily.
      Advantages for the buyer - the product is ready-made, with post-service. And a blow to your air defense/missile systems is also a blow to our soldiers, even if it doesn’t hurt a single one.
      This is the concept we need.
    52. 0
      18 March 2023 15: 41
      Türkiye has never been and will never be a friendly country to us. This is a state hostile to us. It’s simply situationally beneficial for them not to openly conflict with us for now, while at the same time openly arming our enemies.
    53. 0
      18 March 2023 16: 17
      Lenin said that if you promise a fool something and say that there will be a lot of money, he himself will sell the rope so that he can be hanged. The rope was not sold, the rope was given as a gift. Some are killed, others staged dances. Everything is like in the time of the last Russian emperor. Shmantsy dancing during the plague.
    54. 0
      18 March 2023 17: 28
      These will be handed over to everyone for bribes. There is no doubt about it. So that then what they themselves don’t have will be sold to them 10 times more expensive or not sold at all.
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      1. 0
        18 March 2023 23: 44
        Of course they will appreciate it. They already appreciated the transfer of nuclear weapons technology, laughing at Khrushchev as a fool, and then attacking Damansky in “gratitude.”
    56. 0
      18 March 2023 21: 16
      understand a little. Over the 20 years of Medvedev’s rule, the Russian Federation has lost its production potential for the national economy, and now they have quietly decided to lose its agricultural potential in exchange for civilian technologies. brilliant solution. Let me guess who is so smart in the government? Oreshkin, Manturov, or someone no lower than a senator. Which of the 11 billionaires? As usual, it will end with the fact that once again they will hit you with cards and leave you in the cold.
    57. 0
      19 March 2023 06: 04
      A look from a sagging sofa - the article is the essence of probing the way to transfer top-secret advanced technologies to the adversary behind the puddle - no matter who we sell them to, we will lose control over maintaining secrecy and then figure it out for yourself..

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