Wednesday, February 21, 2024

People’s Army of Vietnam receives new Russian KAMAZ military trucks

Russia’s largest truck manufacturer KAMAZ has delivered the big batch of military trucks to the People’s Army of Vietnam, that was reported by

Vietnam wants to replace the thousands of old ZIL and Ural Soviet trucks on new Russian military trucks. This year’s supplies are expected to exceed 1,000 military trucks. People’s Army of Vietnam has received cargo and platform truck.

It is worth noting that Moscow and Hanoi have signed an agreement to produce Russian vehicles in Vietnam.


The Vietnamese plant will produce buses, trucks, specialized vehicles, light commercial vehicles, and passenger cars.

According to the ministry, Russian automakers Kamaz will be given an import quota of automobiles and car parts duty-free into Vietnam. The localization of production could reach 40-50 percent by 2025. Russia will be able to export 800 motor vehicles to Vietnam duty-free this year, said the ministry.

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