Rostec showcases over 200 items here at Yelahanka

India is Rostec’s strategic region of presence. Contracts signed last year between Russia and India stipulate unprecedented volumes of Russian military equipment supplies and the launch of manufacturing operations at Indian enterprises. Rosoboronexport’s 2018 portfolio of Indian orders has grown to USD10 billion. “Russia and India have built up extensive expertise in bilateral industrial cooperation, and now they are delivering joint projects for the Make in India programme, with the key focus on the military sector. Russia is a country that has been supporting Make in India from the word go. We are bringing to Aero India 2019 more than 200 pieces of equipment for civil and military use. It may well be that some of them will eventually be manufactured in India,” said Victor Kladov, Rostec’s Director for International Cooperation.   

 Rosoboronexport is the organiser of the joint Russian exhibition that features, among others, the most advanced Russian aircraft, such as the multifunctional frontline fighter MiG-35; the multi-purpose highly manoeuvrable fighter SU-35; the tanker aircraft Il-78MK-90A; the military transport aircraft Il-76MD-90A(E) and the training aircraft Yak-130.