Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that Moscow values its ties with countries in Latin America, Asia, and Africa and is ready to offer modern weapons to its allies. and declare their willingness to share technology with like-minded countries.
“We are ready to offer our allies the most modern types of weapons, from small arms, armored vehicles, and artillery to aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles,” President Putin said at the opening ceremony of the “Army-2022″ forum near Moscow.
Putin used a speech at an arms show close to the capital of the Russian Federation to boast of Russia’s advanced weapons capabilities and declare its temperament to share technology with similar countries.
(We) are able to supply our allies the foremost modern kinds of weapons, from little arms to armored vehicles and artillery to combat aviation and remote-controlled aerial vehicles,” Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin aforementioned at the opening ceremony of the “Army-2022” forum near Moscow.
“Almost all of them have been used more than once in actual combat operations.” He was speaking almost six months after Russia’s war in Ukraine, where Moscow has suffered repeated setbacks. and big losses.
Western military analysts say the poor performance of Russia’s troops and weapons could make its arms exports less attractive to potential buyers like India, which has historically relied heavily on its technology.