RSE "Kazspecexport" took part in the X meeting of the Kazakh-Turkish joint commission on technical and defense-industrial cooperation
Friday, 08 November 2019 17:10

In the period from 5th to 7th November, 2019, the X (tenth) meeting of the Kazakh-Turkish joint commission on technical and defense-industrial cooperation was held in the city of Nur-Sultan.

During the event, issues of military-technical cooperation between Kazakhstan’s and Turkish companies were discussed. The Turkish and Kazakhstan’s parts of the Commission reaffirmed their mutual interest in further intensifying mutually beneficial military-technical cooperation in the field of technical and defense-industrial cooperation.

Export helicopter assembled in Kazakhstan transferred to Tajikistan
Friday, 08 November 2019 17:05

On October 28, in the city of Nur-Sultan the export helicopter assembled in Kazakhstan was transferred to Tajikistan and this board is the first helicopter of Airbus Helicopters in Tajikistan. Helicopter assembly was carried out by a joint venture of “Eurocopter Kazakhstan Engineering” LLP (50% of JSC “NC Kazakhstan Engineering” - 50% of Airbus Helicopters).

The official transfer of the helicopter took place at the Eurocopter plant with the participation of Vice Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan Amaniyaz Yerzhanov, senior management of Airbus Helicopters, Kazakhstan Engineering, KazakhExport and potential/existing customers.

The helicopter presented today is a reliable and modern machine that surpasses other single-engine helicopters in its class. It is not for nothing that this model broke the world record by completing takeoff and landing on Mount Everest”, the Vice Minister noted in his speech.

It should be emphasized that the implementation of this project became possible with the active participation, financing and support of Export Insurance Company JSC “KazakhExport”.

For reference: “Eurocopter Kazakhstan Engineering” is the only company in the CIS and Central Asia that sells helicopters of Airbus Helicopters, assemble and maintain EC145, H125, H130 helicopters, as well as train technicians and pilots in Russian and English.

A service center has been created at the plant to provide qualified services for maintaining the airworthiness of helicopters, as well as repair and technical support. The center provides high-tech equipment, ensures the availability of spare parts and tools in the warehouse of the enterprise. Online service provided by certified professionals ensures a high level of quality, performance and safety.

 

Self-propelled installations "Phlox" and "Drok"
Friday, 04 October 2019 16:19

Contracts for the supply to the Armed Forces of the latest self-propelled 82-mm mortars "Drok" and self-propelled artillery 120-mm guns "Phlox" have already been signed. This was announced on October 1, 2019 in an interview with TASS by the special representative of “Uralvagonzavod” for military-technical cooperation, Army General Alexey Maslov.

“The Phlox self-propelled gun mount and the Drok mortar, developed by order of the Russian Ministry of Defense as part of the Sketch project, are at the final stage of preliminary tests, -  said A. Maslov –– Everything is going according to plan. There is a contract for their serial production”.

 

 

Self-propelled gun "Phlox"

 

The 120-mm Phlox gun was mounted on the basis of the “Ural-4320” army armored car with      a 6 × 6 wheel arrangement. The gun was first presented to the public at the forum “Army 2016”. The main feature of the new Self-propelled artillery is a combined semi-automatic rifled gun, which provides firing with all types of mortar mines and shells with ready-to-cut rifles. The gun can shoot like a howitzer and mortar, and can also be used when shooting direct fire.

 

Self-propelled complex "Drok" created on the basis of an armored vehicle "Typhoon-Airborne." The mortar can fire by conventional 82-mm ammunition, as well as by new mines with increased power and range. Allowed shooting from the fighting compartment of the machine and from the ground.

The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation previously reported that state tests of the Drok mobile mortar will be held in 2019.

 

Source: https://военное.рф/2019/Гособоронзаказ54/

 

 
Kazakhstan and Russia strengthen military-technical cooperation
Monday, 30 September 2019 16:32

The 17th meeting of the Sub-Commission on Military-Technical Cooperation of the Intergovernmental Commission on Cooperation between the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation was held in Nur-Sultan.

From the Kazakhstan’s side, Vice-Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan Talgat Zhanzhumenov chaired, from the Russian - Deputy Director of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation of Russia Vladimir Drozhzhov.

«First of all, the pace of our work is determined by the understanding of the closeness of our peoples, the activities of the Heads and governments of our states aimed at developing integration in the political and economic spheres», - T.Zhanzhumenov emphasized opening the meeting.

Also, the work of the Sub-Commission was attended by representatives of state bodies and leading defense enterprises of the two states, such as JSC «Petropavlovsk Heavy Engineering Plant», JSC «Aircraft Repair Plant No. 405», LLP «Kazakhstan Aviation Industry», JSC «West Kazakhstan Machine Building Company», JSC «Semey Engineering», JSC «Tynys», LLP «Paramount Kazakhstan Engineering», JSC «Ural Plant «Zenit», JSC «Machine-Building Plant named after S.M. Kirov», JSC «Rosoboronexport», JSC «Russian Aircraft Corporation MiG», JSC «Russian Helicopters», JSC «Almaz-Antey» Air and Space Defense Corporation, PJSC «UAC»(United Aircraft Corporation), JSC «Scientific Production Corporation «Uralvagonzavod» and others.

During the negotiations, the parties discussed about 50 issues of current and future bilateral cooperation in the military-technical sphere, including issues of mutual supplies, joint production, as well as the localization of certain types of production in Kazakhstan. The successful development in our country of joint projects for the localization of repair production and maintenance of anti-aircraft missile systems, Mi-type helicopters for civil and military purposes, as well as armored vehicles was noted.

Kazakhstan and Russia agreed to continue the practice of creating joint ventures for the production, repair and maintenance of high-tech weapons and military equipment, both for their own law enforcement agencies and for export to third countries.

Following the meeting, a decision was made to study the issue of expanding the powers of the Sub-Commission and the creation of an intergovernmental Kazakh-Russian commission on military-technical cooperation.

 

 

Uzbekistan bought Russian "Tiger" armored vehicles
Monday, 01 July 2019 15:04

Модернизированный бронеавтомобиль ВПК-233136 «Тигр»

 

June 25, 2019 The Armed Forces of Uzbekistan purchased a batch of Russian “Tiger” multi-purpose armored vehicles. It is reported by TASS at the Fifth International Military-Technical Forum "Army-2019".

According to the agency, it was acquired "several dozen" armored vehicles VPK-233136 "Tiger" in a special configuration.

Cars refined at the request of special units of Uzbekistan. In particular, additional doors were equipped in the armored case, protective grilles were mounted on all windows, and an infrared illuminator and collapsible armor protection around the front and rear hatches were installed on the roof, the source said, adding that “Tiger” was armed with a machine gun PKM in this configuration of 7.62 mm caliber in open setting.

Also, the source stressed that these "Tigers" had time to recommend themselves on the positive side. The machine can perform all tasks assigned to special forces and literally serve as their home. Not every armored car is capable of such, the source stressed. It is noted that the average cost of "Tiger" is 160 thousand US dollars.

Reference: VPK-233136 "Tiger" is intended for the transportation of personnel, various cargoes on public roads and over rough terrain, use as a vehicle and operational-service vehicle during counter-terrorist operations, operations to curb riots, to protect the crew and personnel from firearms and shrapnel ammunition and explosive devices. In addition, the machine can be used for the installation of special tools and equipment.

Source: https://repost.uz/tigr/

 

 

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Atamkulov B. B. 
Minister of industry and infrastructural development of the RK

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