Rosoboronexport (part of the Rostec State Corporation) intends to receive a Vietnamese naval delegation during the first International Far Eastern Maritime Show (IFEMS) taking place on July 26-28 in Vladivostok.
“Military-technical cooperation with Vietnam is a priority for Rosoboronexport. Naval projects have been accounted for more than half of our cooperation over the past 10 years. The ships, submarines and weapons for equipping them delivered by Rosoboronexport as well as the naval Infrastructure facilities built with our assistance continue to be praised by the Vietnamese side. I am sure that during the show we will also discuss new directions of cooperation with our guests,” said Alexander Mikheev, Director General of Rosoboronexport.
During its visit to Vladivostok, the Vietnamese naval delegation, together with Rosoboronexport representatives, will visit the stands of Vostochnaya Verf Shipyard and Zelenodolsk Plant Shipyrad, where it will hold talks with senior officials of the companies.
Russian-Vietnamese military-technical cooperation has more than a half-century of history. Today, Vietnam is among Russia’s key partners in the Asia-Pacific region. Cooperation with Vietnam is carried out on all types of military equipment and weapons. As part of its efforts to radically modernize its naval forces, Vietnam has become one of the major customers of Russian naval equipment.
The Rostec State Corporation has a representative office in Vietnam that ensures Rosoboronexport’s interests.