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#5 (67), 2018

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Identified Contracts on Delivery of Russian Arms and Military Equipment, concluded in 2001

Supplier

Recipient

Date

Description

Value

Notes

Russia

China

July

Contract for delivery of 38 Su-30MKK fighters[1]

About $1.9 bln[2]

These Su-30MKK aircraft will be built at KnAAPO and de­livered to China in 2002-2003.

Russia

India

February

Contract for delivery of 310 T-90S main battle tanks[3]

$800 mln

The contract stipulates the de­livery of 124 tanks and the li­censed production of the rest 186 units in India.

Russia, RAC “MiG”

Yemen

September

Contract for delivery of 14 MiG-29 (Fulcrum) fighters.[4]

$437 mln[5]

 

Russia

China

December

Contract for delivery of sev­eral battalions of S-300 PMU-2 (SA-10) SAM[6]

$400 mln[7]

As a repayment of the Russian debt to China[8]

Russia

China

January

Contract for delivery of 100 AL-31F aircraft engines[9]

$300 mln[10]

Probably to install them on Su-27SK (Flanker) fighters produced under license.

Russia, MMPP “Salut”

China

June

Contract for  delivery of more than 300 AL-31F en­gines to be installed on Chi­nese F-10 fighters.[11]

About $300 mln[12]

The reported contract value seems to be overestimated, be­cause the cost of one AL-31F is about $3 mln.[13]

Russia

Mongolia

February

Contract for delivery of small arms[14]

$270 mln[15]

The contract is concluded by Promexport then given to Ro­soboronexport. The reported contract value seems to be overestimated.

Russia, RAC “MiG”

Bangladesh

2001

Contract for delivery of 16 MiG-29 fighters[16]

$210 mln[17]

 

Russia

India

February

Contract for delivery of un­specified weapons system[18]

$180 mln[19]

The contract is signed simulta­neously or almost simultane­ously with the tank contract. The subject of the contract is unspecified.

Russia

India

February

Contract for delivery of un­specified weapons system[20]

$150 mln[21]

The contract is signed simulta­neously or almost simultane­ously with the tank contract. The subject of the contract is unspecified.

Russia, RAC “MiG”

Myanmar

June

Contract for delivery of 10 MiG-29 fighters[22]

$150 mln[23]

8 single-seat and 2 double-seat modifications are to be deliv­ered. 30% of the total sum will be paid after the shipment, the rest – within 30 years.[24]

Russia

Iran

Summer 2001

Contract for delivery of 30 Mi-8 (Hip) transport helicopters[25]

$150 mln[26]

 

Russia

Ethiopia

December

Agreement on delivery of 6 Mi-35 combat helicopters, up to 100 Igla (SA-16) SAM, 20 BTR-80 APC and artillery and small arms ammunition[27]

Total de­liveries value – up to $150 mln[28]

 

Russia

India

February

Contract for delivery of 5 Ka-31RLD surveillance heli­copters[29]

$108 mln[30]

To equip the project 1135.4 (Krivak class) frigates and, perhaps, airwing of Admiral Gorshkov (Kiev class) aircraft carrier. The delivery of the first batch is expected in 2001, the second one – in 2002.[31]

Russia, Aerospace Equipment Corporation

China

April

Contract for spare parts and maintenance of aircraft, pur­chased by China earlier[32]

$60 mln

 

Russia

Vietnam

End of 2001

Contract for construction and delivery of 2 project 10410 Svetlyak patrol boats[33]

$40 mln[34]

Almaz Shipbuilding Company is appointed a prime contrac­tor.[35]

Russia, Rosoboron­export

Columbia

August

Contract for delivery of 6 Mi-17-1V (Hip H) multirole military helicopters[36]

$36.1 mln[37]

Columbia already has 10 Mi-17-1V, supplied in 1997.

Russia, Rosoboron­export

Malaysia

August

Contract for delivery of Metis-2 (AT-13) ATGM[38]

$30 mln

Contractor – Tula-based In­strument Design Bureau (KBP).

Russia, Rosoboron­export

Bangladesh

October

Contract for delivery of 78 BTR-80 APC[39]

Estimated value - $16 mln[40]

For the Bangladesh Army units that participate in the UN peacekeeping missions. The UN will pay for the deliv­ery. Half of the APCs is to be supplied in 2001, the rest in 2002.

Russia, RAC “MiG”

Hungary

November

Agreement on MiG-29 en­gines’ resource extension[41]

$15 mln[42]

The Hungarian Air Force has 27 MiG-29 fighters at ser­vice.[43]

Russia, Phazatron-NIIR

China

June

Contract for delivery of 100 Zhuk radars for Chinese F-8II fighters.[44]

$5 mln[45]

The delivery will be carried our through Rosoboronexport.

Russia, Electro­pribor (Kazan)

China

May

Contract for assembly parts and control systems for modernization of Su-27 type aircraft[46]

Several $ mln[47]

 

Russian

Bhutan

February

Contract for delivery of AK-103 and AK-104 assault rifles[48]

$1 mln[49]

 

Russia, Zvezda ship-repairing plant (Primorie region)

China

March

Contract on pre-repair ex­amination of Kilo class die­sel submarine[50]

   

Russia

Indonesia

May

Contract for delivery of 5 000 AK-101 and AK-102 as­sault rifles[51]

 

The second shipment of assault rifles. Indonesia received 4 000 AK-101 and AK-102 at the end of 2001.

Russia. Rosoboron­export, JSC “Electro­mashina”

India

September

Contract on modernization of military equipment.[52]

   

Identified contracts on delivery of Russian arms in 2001, total~ $5.6 bln

[1] Mikhail Kozyrev, Mariya Rozhkova, “Gazprom, Rusal i oruzhie”, Vedomosti, 17.07.2001.

[2] CAST estimations.

[3] Military News Agency, 15.02.2001.

[4] Nikolay Novichkov, Vladimir Shvarev, “Eksport rastet”, Vremya MN, 09.11.2001.

[5] Ibid.

[6] Alexei Nikolski, Mikhail Kozyrev, “Mirnoe nebo nad Pekinom”, Vedomosti, 26.12.2001.

[7] Ibid.

[8] Ibid.

[9] Military News Agency, 30.01.2001.

[10] Ibid.

[11] Sergei Putilov, “Burzheiskie” milliony”, Vremya MN, #120, 19.06.2001, p.2.

[12] Ibid.

[13] CAST estimations.

[14] INFO-TASS electronic database, “Vega” base, 09.02.2001.

[15] Ibid.

[16] Nezavisimoe voennoe obozrenie, #12, 06.04.2001; Kommersant, #235, 25.12.2001.

[17] Nezavisimoe voennoe obozrenie, #12, 06.04.2001.

[18] Igor Korotchenko, “V Deli podpisan kontract veka”, Nezavisimaya gazeta, #28, 16.02.2001, p.2.

[19] Ibid.

[20] Igor Korotchenko, “V Deli podpisan kontract veka”, Nezavisimaya gazeta, #28, 16.02.2001, p.2.

[21] Ibid.

[22] Mikhail Kozyrev, “MiGi v rassrochku”, Vedomosti, 19.06.2001.

[23] CAST estimations.

[24] Mikhail Kozyrev, “MiGi v rassrochku”, Vedomosti, 19.06.2001.

[25] Mikhail Kozyrev, “Vtoroe iranskoe dykhanie”, 01.11.2001.

[26] Ibid.

[27] “Geroi Rossii”, Kommersant-Vlast, #49, 04-10.12.2001.

[28] Ibid.

[29] CAST own information.

[30] CAST own information.

[31] “Aviatsiya, kosmos i oruzhie Rossii”, 03.02.2001.

[32] Military-News Agency, 17.04.2001.

[33] Yuri Golotyuk, “Vietnamtzam ponravilis’ rossiiskie  storozheviki”, Vremya novostei, 17.01.2002.

[34] Ibid.

[35] Ibid.

[36] Military News Agency, 30.08.2001.

[37] “Aviatsiya, kosmos i oruzhie Rossii”, 24.08.2001.

[38] INFO-TASS electronic database, “Vega” base, 23.08.2001.

[39] Mikhail Kozyrev, Alexei Nikolski, “Kak zarabotat’ na OON”, Vedomosti, 25.10.2001.

[40] Ibid.

[41] INFO-TASS electronic database, “Vega” base, 01.11.2001.

[42] CAST estimations.

[43] The Military Balance 2001/2002, IISS.

[44] Simon Saradzhyan, «Russian Companies Ink Deals at Paris Air Show», The Moscow Times, 19.06.2001, p.7.

[45] Ibid.

[46] Military News Agency, 10.05.2001.

[47] Ibid.

[48] Statement by Rosoboronexport deputy director Viktor Komardin, cited in Nezavisimoe voennoe obozrenie, #7, 23-29.02.2001, p.1.

[49] Ibid.

[50] Military News Agency, 26.03.2001.

[51] INFO-TASS electronic database, “Vega” base, 07.05.2001.

[52] Interfax-AVN, 19.09.2001.

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