Dmitry Rogozin received a special mission

Dmitry Rogozin received a special mission

Dmitry Medvedev instructed Russia's envoy to NATO to take up defense issues. He is already heading for a tour of the defense industry enterprises.


October 21 Dmitry Rogozin will begin a large-scale inspection tour of Russian defense enterprises. Together with the head of the General Staff Nikolai Makarov, he will visit the plant for the production of small weapons. As Rogozin himself told Izvestia, the plans for the beginning of November include a joint trip with the head of the presidential administration, Sergei Naryshkin, to the city of Luga, Leningrad Region. There the tactical exercises of the brigade, fully equipped with the Iskander operational-tactical missile system, began.

In addition, Russia's permanent representative to NATO intends to visit the headquarters of a military unit in Orenburg, a number of closed territorial entities in the Moscow region, and an aircraft building association in Voronezh. Rogozin's increased activity in the military-technical field is associated with his new mission.

- Within the Public Committee, which works under the auspices of the president, a commission on defense and defense industry was created. And I will head it, if you can talk like that about some posts in the social structure, ”Rogozin told Izvestia.

According to the Permanent Representative to NATO, throughout this year, he repeatedly discussed with Dmitry Medvedev the problems of the defense complex.

“My acquaintance with how things are being done in this area in our country and what armament programs we have shows that, of course, technical modernization of the entire defense industry is required,” complains Rogozin.

According to him, inside the country it should be an urgent modernization of the industry, attracting foreign capital. Among other plans, Dmitry Rogozin - "a huge job related to personnel." The next task is to “identify a circle of interested representatives of large Russian business” who are ready to “invest in the defense industry, in the creation of new types of weapons and military equipment”.

Experience in NATO, says Rogozin, it is very useful.

“We can learn first of all how horizontal relations are built up between an enterprise, a customer, a manufacturer, how investments are made in the defense industry,” he explains.

The Kremlin says that Rogozin will have no special powers - only deliberative functions. However, in the General Staff, his new assignment was wary.

“The military has even more ambiguous attitude to the figure of Rogozin than to the figure of the current Minister of Defense Anatoly Serdyukov,” a senior General Staff General told Izvestia.

- If he was a military man and would know from the inside military life, military affairs, there would be no questions. And so we have not yet seen what he has done for the army so special, ”added another General Staff officer.

But there are those who are rather positive about Rogozin’s future activities.

- It was high time for a state-wide audit of all enterprises of the military-industrial complex. Dmitry Rogozin saw how the defense industry works in the West, and understands that leadership in the production of military products is beneficial to the state, - said Colonel-General Yuri Bukreev, the former head of the Main Directorate of Land Forces of the Russian Armed Forces.

Earlier, the sources of Izvestia, surrounded by Rogozin, argued that one of the conditions for the return of NATO Permanent Representative from Brussels is his receiving the position of civilian defense minister. However, all the respondents interviewed by Izvestia doubt that until full completion of the military reform, Serdyukov will be dismissed.

“Too much work is still to be done to stop it like this,” the officers explain.

Izvestia asked Dmitry Rogozin directly whether he was planning to become the Minister of Defense in the new, “narrow” government of Dmitry Medvedev?

- You can dream about anything. But this question is decided only by the president of the Russian Federation. “It's unethical to talk about this now on the part of a civil servant, which I am,” says Rogozin.
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  1. Banshee 22 October 2011 12: 16 New
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    They let the goat into the garden with cabbage ... it's not good.
  2. ZEBRASH
    ZEBRASH 22 October 2011 13: 36 New
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    In principle, I agree with Rogozin - he speaks correctly. That's just he is civil belay I don't know what to think no
  3. zczczc
    zczczc 22 October 2011 14: 59 New
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    Why Rogozin was chosen for the inspection is understandable. He has no connection with interested parties, and, to the best of his ability, he is impudent and unyielding to cover someone. In general, anyone can carry out an inspection on formal grounds, if only they would not be greased.
    The sad fact is that the mere fact of inspection means a distrust of the authorities in the reports from the enterprises of the military-industrial complex. And this is a sign of uncontrollability.
  4. Owl
    Owl 22 October 2011 15: 50 New
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    What does Rogozin have to do with defense industry enterprises? He may be a good person, but what positive impact can he have on a crumbling industry? Perhaps this is a pre-election PR move, in the style of vote for "Eat Russia".
  5. Evil Tatar
    Evil Tatar 22 October 2011 17: 50 New
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    Rogozin, with his entire career history as an official, arouses sincere respect ... (I personally)
    Threw all these games with party affairs ...
    And it works today (by the way for a long time) at a very important post ...
    Glanoe always speaks on business.
    1. Nick 23 October 2011 01: 43 New
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      It’s difficult to suspect Rogozin of corruption or disinterest in the development of the country's defense capability.
    2. Persey
      Persey 1 December 2011 10: 21 New
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      Absolutely agree!!! unfortunately almost the only person working for the country from all this pi
  6. yrnik60
    yrnik60 22 October 2011 18: 28 New
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    In the military-industrial complex, it has long been necessary to put things in order and carry out major modernization on the basis of pre-requisitions.
  7. Sorry 22 October 2011 19: 31 New
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    Rogozin is a Russian to the last bone. If he takes on the assistance of one of the protesting military, he will figure out the relationship between the Ministry of Defense and the military-industrial complex. In addition, it’s impossible to hide what lies on the surface and you don’t have to mind to see it. he knows about NATO positions about their armies and can compare. Medvedev's choice was right, and most importantly, the president was worried about this issue.
    1. zczczc
      zczczc 23 October 2011 02: 44 New
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      Sorry, Rogozin is a Russian Pole. But the Poles are distinguished by obstinacy in all matters. It’s good if such a person is on your side.
      However, when Surkov decided to break his Rodina project, he did not resist for a long time, having received a position in Brussels.
      1. Sorry 23 October 2011 05: 35 New
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        ZCZCZC.Rogozin Dmitry Olegovich, was born in Moscow and is not a Pole by name. He speaks several foreign languages, but there is no Polish among them. He continues to speak for the Russians even after having the post. It happens that a non-Russian person is more than a Russian, than any other Russian. There are many examples from our history. Marshal Sov. Union and Marshal of Poland Vasilevsky, since we are talking about Poles. And the Poles really have a gentry ambition (in Polish it is pride, honor, dignity) is still enough, but after all, this is their advantage, not vice.
        1. sirToad
          sirToad 23 October 2011 06: 22 New
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          and you didn’t confuse Vasilevsky with Rokossovsky for an hour?
          1. Sorry 23 October 2011 12: 43 New
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            Exactly so, of course Rokosovsky.
        2. Superduck
          Superduck 23 October 2011 09: 21 New
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          By the way, the facial features indicate that he is definitely not Russian, in the middle of himself is a typical face for a Pole, or Tatar impurities, but you're right, this is not the main thing.
        3. AleksUkr 23 October 2011 15: 54 New
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          Read the story - Vasilevsky was never a Pole. You, my dear, have mixed up with Rokossovsky.
          1. Sorry 23 October 2011 17: 37 New
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            I repent! I apologize to the community. Rokossovsky and once again Rokossovsky. And no one has been given the story. The whole story consists of: -history of the past, history of the present, history of the future, - the existing regime. And as some authors write: "Macedonian told his to the soldiers ... ", or" Stalin, casting a glance at the members of the military council, smoking the duchess from the pipe, the flora turned, as if into the void: "What will Comrade Zhukov say?" In fact, few people know, and if they have any either documents or they can be interpreted by each of the authors according to their understanding of the problem, or by direct order. Well, and everything like that.
        4. zczczc
          zczczc 24 October 2011 02: 22 New
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          Sorry, in order to understand that he is a Pole, you do not need to look for biographies :)
          But, since this is a larger argument than what I see so, here is:

          Among the ancestors were Poles from the noble family of Mitkevich-Zhultek.

          http://www.orodine.ru/bio/rogozin.html

          I didn’t even doubt a second :)
          In fact, I do not know a single Russian Pole who would approve of the idiotic behavior of his former homeland and would not love Russia. But they are all stubborn, which is often a plus.
  8. Kyrgyz 22 October 2011 20: 03 New
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    The defense industry needs a professional and not a speaker, the problems of the defense industry are known to all and well, including their corruption component, the question is how to solve them? and there’s a lot of inspectors to get involved; only loots are transferred to representative boozes
    1. Superduck
      Superduck 22 October 2011 20: 14 New
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      I agree that Rogozin, as a business executive, has not shown himself anywhere, he is a good speaker, but nothing more. As for me, this is a crisis of personnel. Licking the backside of the tandem is a whole social and political movement, and the matter is much more difficult to do.
    2. kesa1111
      kesa1111 22 October 2011 20: 35 New
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      Maybe as a true observer? Now it seems the lackey system has blossomed.
      1. Superduck
        Superduck 22 October 2011 22: 44 New
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        This is a civilian minister of defense from a series, you need to be in the topic to watch. Although perhaps he will really go there as a wedding general, then they will move much further. The question is why? I personally think that the West will frighten them of the West if they behave badly by making them a receiver ..
  9. Cross
    Cross 22 October 2011 20: 43 New
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    my position on this matter is this: first look at how Rogozin will show himself in this position, and then think already, is WIN all the same or FAIL. The rest is chatter about nothing.
  10. irony
    irony 22 October 2011 22: 18 New
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    Reminds an invitation of the Swan. Odiozen, from the former opposition, etc. Surely, some farce will reveal, as then with Lisovsky. Knurled scenario to collect doubters.
  11. runway 23 October 2011 10: 47 New
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    So ... And who represents Russia in NATO?
    Or has Rogozin already solved all the problems there?
    As for the inspection, everything is less or less clear. The article says: “it should be an urgent modernization of industry, attracting foreign capital. Among Dmitry Rogozin’s other plans is“ huge work related to personnel. ”The next task is“ to determine the circle of interested representatives of large Russian business ”who are ready to“ invest to the defense industry, to the creation of new types of weapons and military equipment. ”
    In other words, the implementation of the tandem project on the privatization of defense industry enterprises. Meaning? - an acute shortage of cash (to reduce their income - a bit of a bitch). What the privatization of industrial facilities in our country has led to is known to lead to a general decline in production rates. The government’s inflated figures for GDP growth have been replaced by rising hydrocarbon prices on the domestic and foreign markets.
    And now, against the background of the next nationalization of industrial facilities (it is necessary to modernize for state funds, because private traders do not have money for this), the tandem plans to still collect the dough ....
    Do you have any idea who will be the owners of these defense industry enterprises "inspected" by Rogozin?
  12. APASUS 23 October 2011 12: 53 New
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    It’s not clear what inspections it is, has it really nothing to do, or have we already decided everything with NATO?
  13. kotmster
    kotmster 23 October 2011 14: 30 New
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    This civilian expert on NATO, I think, knows, at least in general terms, what is needed to fight this organization, unlike Serdyukov.
  14. mind1954
    mind1954 24 October 2011 03: 21 New
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    I wonder how he managed to get acquainted with the defense
    complex in the west? If he was in Europe and talked
    with NATO’s leadership, that doesn’t mean that he’s fine there
    got acquainted with the defense industry, so
    that can expertly inspect domestic.
    And what kind of education and qualifications does he have for such
    activities?
    Regular, typical of modern power,
    loud empty-chested show-offs aimed at the final
    destruction of the military-industrial complex.
  15. rise
    rise 24 October 2011 16: 29 New
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    Yeah, one thing is not clear, they pretend to be all there or just stupid.
    The military-industrial complex in our country, it is understandable, the case was created with the union and too bloated with low efficiency. The decision has long been known to drive into the neck negligent plant managers who are only able to receive which they can appoint, and inadequate customers in the person of generals who do not understand the technology and do not realize what the army needs in the current conditions. To give way to adequate specialists (the question is whether they will go to such risky work when the state in the person of Dima and Volodya at this stage is not able to ensure the elementary safety of such specialists, for example you do not need to go far to kill in Almaz-Antey). Instead of empty trips, go to the construction of the precincts there, first clean up the mess.