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/


According to Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan No. 24 dated June 17, 2019, the Ministry of digital development, defense and aerospace industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan was reorganized into the Ministry of digital development, innovation and aerospace industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan with the transfer of functions and powers to it:

- of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the field of geodesy and cartography;

- of the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the field of innovation, scientific and technological development of the country.

By his next Decree No. 25 dated June 18, 2019, Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev appointed Askar Zhumagaliyev the Minister of digital development, innovation and aerospace industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

This became known during the international conference "IDC CIO Summit 2019", which takes place these days in the capital of Kazakhstan.

As the vice-minister of digital development, defense and aerospace industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan Ablaykhan Ospanov, said that this was possible thanks to the state program Digital Kazakhstan in the country since 2018, speaking at the opening ceremony of the conference. Thus, as part of the digitization of economic sectors, today projects are being implemented to introduce innovative technologies at the enterprises of the mining and metallurgical complex and oil refineries. The project “Intellectual field” was scaled; work is underway to create 7 model digital factories.

Another area that is actively developing in the framework of the digitization of the economy and the creation of an innovation ecosystem is the sphere of e-commerce. In 2018 in Kazakhstan, the volume of trade in this area increased by 1.5 times, exceeding $ 700 million, and amounted to 2.9% of the total retail trade.

“The success of the digital transformation of any enterprise requires an effective strategy and the introduction of digital technologies and innovations. This task falls to the CIO, the person responsible for both integration with global digitalization processes and business processes within individual enterprises. To speed up digital transformations, it is important to involve the entire top management of a company or organization in joint activities, to develop partnerships at the regional level, including through expanding ties between digital leaders and establishing communications at such sites”, - said Ablaykhan Ospanov.

According to the organizers of the «IDC CIO Summit 2019», by 2020, 30% of global companies will allocate 10% of their income to digital transformations, treating them as a long-term investment, which emphasizes the significance of these changes at the strategic management level and the impact on sustainable development.



The global series of IDC conferences annually gathers specialists to discuss current tasks of ensuring information security and the development of IT infrastructure in enterprises.

CIO (Chief Information Officer) - Chief Information Officer, Informatization Manager - an employee of a high-ranking company responsible for introducing new technologies, managing information resources. The most closely related to this concept in Russian are the definitions of IT director, head of IT department.




This became known during the VIII meeting of the Kazakh-French commission on cooperation in the field of weapons. The construction of military helicopters will be established on the basis of «Eurocopter Kazakhstan Engineering» LLP. Note that so far military helicopters have not been produced in Kazakhstan. In addition, this production will be the only one in Central Asia - in this regard, on the basis of this enterprise, it is planned to conduct servicing of helicopters of this class, including those in service with other states in the region.

The main focus of the meeting was on increasing investment and technology transfer for the production of promising types of weapons and military equipment in the interests of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan and third countries.

The Commission, chaired by Talgat Zhanzhumenov, First Vice-Minister of Digital Development, Defense and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan, was attended by representatives of government agencies and defense enterprises of Kazakhstan and more than ten defense companies of France, which are world leaders in the military industry: Nexter, Safran, Thales, Airbus and others. The French delegation was headed by a representative of the Ministry of the Armed Forces of France, General-Engineer for Armament Tom Lern.

Among the most important results of the two-day work, also reached agreements with Safran about assembling survey systems for Russian and European type helicopters, as well as organizing the production and service of aviation electronics for SU-30SM airplanes.

During the negotiations, particular attention was paid to the prospects for cooperation in the fields of cyber security and digital development. The parties agreed to continue expanding mutually beneficial cooperation in the military-technical sphere and attracting mutual investments.

Following the meeting of the Commission, a Protocol was signed.

Reference: «Eurocopter Kazakhstan Engineering» LLP is a joint venture established in April 2011, on behalf of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The helicopter assembly project is carried out on a parity basis: JSC «National Company Kazakhstan Engineering» and «Airbus Helicopters» are the only plant in the CIS on the assembly of EC145 helicopters, and the first training center with the Russian language of instruction. The aim of the joint venture of «Eurocopter Kazakhstan Engineering» LLP is to meet the needs of helicopters in the region, the assembly and maintenance of helicopters, as well as training of technicians and pilots.

According to media reports, India intends to open a $ 100 million credit line to Bishkek to support the purchase of various weapons and military equipment of Indian production.

According to Jane’s Defense Weekly, citing official sources, India expects to receive orders from Bishkek for the supply of driving and firing simulators for training crews of the main T-72 and T-90 battle tanks and infantry fighting vehicles.

The loan also involves the modernization of other ground platforms and systems of Soviet/Russian production, the supply of body armor and protective helmets for the armed forces of Kyrgyzstan.

Bilateral relations in the field of defense between Bishkek and Delhi have been strengthened since 2011, after the special forces of the two countries took part in a series of joint counter-terrorism and high-altitude exercises "Khanjar".


Source: https://break-news.info/?p=196343


Military equipment and weapons with the label "Made in Kazakhstan" aroused great interest among the participants of the Symposium. International experts not only inspected the finished products, but also visited Kazakhstan’s enterprises.

The theme of this year’s Symposium is “Forecast. Protection. Prevention”, the participants focused on the following topics: BigData and cybersecurity, new technologies and environmental responsibility, telemedicine, improving peacekeeping intelligence practices, countering improvised explosive devices and other threats.

The event was attended by UN Under-Secretaries-General for Peacekeeping Operations – Jean-Pierre Lacroix and field support - A. Hare, the leadership of international organizations such as the CSTO, NATO, the European Union and the African Union (UN partners in peacekeeping operations), representatives of civil society, academia. In total, the event was attended by representatives of 70 countries.

Representatives of the international community involved in UN peacekeeping, explored partnership options and held a series of talks with enterprises of the defense industry of Kazakhstan. In addition, they familiarized themselves with product samples of the domestic military industrial complex produced by 26 domestic manufacturers, both during the exhibition organized by the Ministry of digital development, defense and aerospace industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and during a visit to enterprises.The UN delegation visited the enterprise “Kazakhstan Aselsan Engineering”, which fulfills the tasks of the defense industry for the production of electronic and optical products, as well as the largest enterprise in Central Asia for the production of modern armored wheeled vehicles “Kazakhstan Paramount Engineering”. As Talgat Zhanzhumenov, First Vice-Minister of the MDDDAI of the RK, noted during the visit, Kazakhstan’s enterprises of the military-industrial complex, fulfilling the tasks of providing the army and special structures with equipment and machinery, are also ready to expand the product line and are able to compete in the international equipment market and weapons.

The UN mission experts showed particular interest in armored wheeled vehicles “Arlan” and “Barys”, developed using MRAP technology (anti-mine protection technology), night-vision devices, mobile hospital / mobile medical groups systems with military technique, equipped by medical tools.

Taking into account modern trends and challenges, the participants of the Symposium also visited the international technopark of IT start-ups Astana Hub, where Askhat Orazbek, the Vice-Minister of the MDDDAI of the RK, shared Kazakhstan's experience in using BigData and cybersecurity.

Along with this, a business seminar will be held in the cities of Nur-Sultan and Almaty with the participation of procurement experts of the UNPD (United Nations Development Program, organizing in the UN system for rendering free and non-political assistance to Member States in the field of development). During the seminars, the UN procurement procedures, evaluation criteria and supplier registration procedures, potential defense markets will be explained to representatives of the domestic defense industry.



Provision of military equipment and thermal imaging equipment for UN peacekeeping missions, cooperation in the field of satellite monitoring, as well as increased interaction in the field of digitalization and telemedicine. These issues were identified as priorities during the meeting of the Minister of digital development, defense and aerospace industry of Kazakhstan Askar Zhumagaliyev with the UN Under-Secretary General for Field Support Atul Hare. The meeting was also attended by the Permanent Representative of Kazakhstan to the UN, Kairat Umarov and the Permanent Representative of the UN in Kazakhstan, Shimura Norimas.

The proposal of the UN Under-Secretary General on the use of Kazakhstan’s military equipment in UN peacekeeping missions, the meeting participants welcomed, stressing that our country has significant potential and desire to strengthen cooperation in this direction.

“Today a sufficient number of enterprises producing military technique and equipment, including armored cars, helicopters, thermal imaging equipment, weapons and ammunition, operate in Kazakhstan. And we, of course, are interested in this military potential serving the cause of preserving peace”, noted Askar Zhumagaliyev.

The balanced foreign policy of our country, the significant peacemaking experience of Kazakhstan, both in the format of military missions and as a dialogue platform at the international level, is highly appreciated by the UN. Therefore, we intend to strengthen cooperation with Kazakhstan in many aspects, including at the business level. In particular, Atul Hare noted that they planned to hold business seminars for the next few days to raise awareness of entrepreneurs about participation opportunities in procurement programs conducted by the United Nations.

Note that members of a high delegation arrived in Kazakhstan to participate in
V International Symposium on Technology Partnership for Peacekeeping. The main topic of the Symposium is “Forecast. Protection. Prevention”, and it will raise issues of introducing innovative technologies for UN peacekeeping missions, the possibilities of an international partnership for those involved in peacekeeping operations and a joint study of topical issues in this area.


The main technical characteristics and operational parameters of the aircraft produced by “Ural Civil Aviation Plant” JSC were presented to representatives of the central government agencies of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Civil Aviation Committee, the State Forest Guard Service, air ambulance, security forces, etc.

During the meeting, the technical characteristics of multi-purpose aircraft of small and middle class L-410, designed for 19 seats, and L-610 with 40 seats were presented. These types of aircraft are applicable as a cargo, ambulance and landing mode of transport.

The meeting was held in the framework of the implementation of the plan for bilateral cooperation in the field of industrial and scientific-technical cooperation of enterprises between the Ministry of digital development, defense and aerospace industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.

Talgat Zhanzhumenov, First Vice-Minister of digital development, defense and aerospace industry of Kazakhstan, also met with members of the delegation of the civil aviation plant. According to him, the department on an ongoing basis studies modern models of weapons and military equipment, products that contribute to the tasks of ensuring the country's defense and livelihoods of the state. At the same time, special attention is paid to promising projects that can be implemented in our country, on the basis of Kazakhstan enterprises together with foreign partners. In particular, if there is interest in these types of aircraft from the Kazakh government bodies organizing the assembly of these aircraft, or repairing and maintaining them, it will be possible to establish in Kazakhstan because the market of our country is one of the most promising and most attractive for Russians.

Prospects of interaction in the sphere of digitalization, cyber security, development of innovative potential and attracting venture capital investments in Kazakhstan were the main issues of the agenda of meeting.

«Ministry and its jurisdictional structures pay close attention to the learning of experience of leading countries in the field of digitalization and development of innovations. Israel is one of such countries in the context of cooperation with which we are interested in a whole range of issues, in particular, cooperation in educational sphere, digitalization experience in agro-industrial complex and other areas of the economy», - noted Askar Zhumagaliyev during the meeting.

Liat Vekselman inviting Askar Zhumagaliyev to visit  israelian objects of IT-ecosystem, emphasized the interest in interaction with Kazakhstan in the sphere of digitalization as well from the State as from the Israel’s business-community.

Parties noted the high potential of economic cooperation development, entrepreneurship and innovations between Israel and Kazakhstan.

Educational projects, Data analytics and biometric identification. The prospects for further expansion of cooperation in these and a number of other areas were discussed during Askar Zhumagaliyev’s bilateral meetings with representatives of international organizations and large transnational companies, on the fields of the XII Astana Economic Forum.

Mr. Askar Zhumagaliyev spoke about key areas of activity of the Ministry with the Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations, Assistant Administrator and Director of the UNDP Regional Bureau for Europe and the CIS - Mirjana Spolarich Egger. The interlocutors agreed that digitalization plays an important role in the country's innovative development and noted the importance of developing cooperation in this area.

The implementation of a large-scale project on data analytics was the topic of discussion with experts from the World Bank. Especially investors are interested in the project "Smart Data Ukimet". In this regard, Askar Zhumagaliyev stressed that:


“We consider the “Smart Data Ukimet” project very important. It involves the formation of a single big data space. Creating such a base in the future will help to use artificial intelligence to analyze information, improve planning and development of a set of scenario forecasting models”.

At the site of the Astana Economic Forum, Askar Zhumagaliyev also met with the leadership of “Cisco”, “Idemia”, “China Transinfo Technology Co.”, and “Hexagon”. The parties discussed the prospects for possible cooperation and agreed to exchange relevant materials.


On the eve of the 74th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War, representatives of the RSE “Kazarnaulyexport (Kazspecexport)” congratulated the veterans of Nur-Sultan with this significant day.

To commemorate the war heroes, a delegation of Enterprise workers was sent to them, during which material assistance was provided.

Veterans shared their memories of the difficult days of the war, comrades, victims, the price of which was won.

Representatives of the Enterprise thanked the front-line soldiers for life, peace and freedom to all future generations, and also expressed deep respect and appreciation for their heroism and dedication.