Russia and India to discuss the results of military-technical cooperation

Today, the ministers of defense of Russia and India will hold in Moscow the 15 meeting of the bilateral intergovernmental commission on military-technical cooperation, reports RIA News message of the Russian military department.




"During the meeting, the parties will sum up the results of joint activities in the military-technical sphere over the past year and outline priorities for its further development," the release said.

It is also reported that “according to the results of the commission’s work, it is planned to sign the final protocol, in which the promising areas of bilateral military-technical cooperation will be determined and the ways of implementing current projects will be specified”.

Help Agency: “The Russian-Indian Intergovernmental Commission on Military-Technical Cooperation was formed in accordance with the agreement of October 4 and 2000 of the year to coordinate military-technical cooperation between the two countries. The first meeting of the commission was held in June 2001 in Moscow. It is the governing body of military-technical cooperation between the two countries and the development of joint solutions in this area. ”
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  1. Tor5
    Tor5 2 November 2015 09: 03 New
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    I remember from the kindergarten in the early fifties: they stood in a circle and clapped their hands - "Hindi-Rus - bhai, bhai!" We must return these times!
    1. Voha_krim 2 November 2015 09: 17 New
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      And in the meantime:
      VLADIVOSTOK, November 2 - RIA Novosti. A detachment of Pacific Fleet ships consisting of the Varyag guards missile cruiser, the Bystry destroyer, the Boris Butoma tanker, and the Alatau rescue tugboat went to sea and began moving to the Indian port of Vishakhapatnam, the press service of the Pacific Fleet said.
      “The main objectives of the visit will be the further strengthening and development of friendly relations between the fleets of the two countries and the holding of the joint naval exercises Indra 2015. In total, about 10 ships and support vessels will take part in the exercises. Naval and carrier-based aircraft of Pacific Fleet and Navy will be actively involved India, "the report said.


      RIA Novosti http://ria.ru/defense_safety/20151102/1312191599.html#ixzz3qJPp1uFN
      1. Misha Honest 2 November 2015 09: 22 New
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        All this is excellent, but it would be great if, nevertheless, the four frigates being built for the Russian Navy would not be sold to the Indians! We have problems with the fleet's obsolescence ...
  2. cniza 2 November 2015 09: 04 New
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    "During the meeting, the parties will sum up the results of joint activities in the military-technical sphere over the past year and outline priorities for its further development," the release said.



    We are isolated, what kind of cooperation? Russia has something to offer, and not only India.
  3. Wolka 2 November 2015 09: 22 New
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    I am not against cooperation with India, but it just turns out to be one-sided, lame, so to speak, of course you have to pay for everything, and what the Indians can offer us except American money, it turns out that under the pretext of selling several lots (but more often than a few copies ) of certain weapons, we ourselves reveal our technologies and secrets, moreover, we teach the Indians that absorbed all this with enviable tenacity, and then they begin to try and move our own ...
    1. Stirbjorn 2 November 2015 10: 36 New
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      What do you suggest? On the contrary, buy technology from the Indians? Nobody wants to buy weapons now, even in terms of service and attendants
  4. sl22277 2 November 2015 09: 22 New
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    Russia will remain India’s largest arms supplier for the foreseeable future, said a spokesman for the World Arms Trade Analysis Center (CAMTO).