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Russia starts marketing KamAZ-53949 mine resistant ambush protected vehicles globally

Rosoboronexport and Company Remdizel signed a sales promotion program for the global military armoured vehicles market.

The document was signed by General Director of “Rosoboronexport” Anatoly Isaikin and CEO “Remdizel” Hafiz Faiz.

The Program will enhance the efficiency of our cooperation in promoting Russian KamAZ-53949 mine resistant ambush protected vehicles on the external market.

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The program to promote KamAZ armoured vehicles  on the external market for the period 2017-2018.

“Prospects for promotion “Typhoon-K” vehicles we see in North Africa, the Middle East, Central and Southeast Asia, Latin America and, of course, the CIS ” – said Anatoly Isaikin.

The Program will make it possible to implement Rosoboronexport’s strategy aimed at improving the marketing efficiency of Russian weapons and military equipment on the arms market.

The KamAZ-53949 is a Russian mine resistant ambush protected vehicle (MRAP). It is nicknamed the Taifunionok. This vehicle was developed by KamAZ as a private venture to meet a possible Russian Army requirement. Development commenced somewhere in 2010.

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