17 April 2014

Malaysia Interested in the Russian Missile Systems Club-K and Club-M

17 April 2014

Club M, long-range supersonic anti-ship missiles complex, range over 300 km (image : Konstern Agat)

KUALA LUMPUR/Malaysia /ITAR-TASS/. Malaysia and Brunei keen interest in the Russian missile systems "Club", Maria Vorobyov spokesman of  "Kontsern-Morinformsystem-Agat" (manufacturer of these missile complexes) reported to ITAR-TASS  at international arms forum "DSA-2014".

"Negotiations with the Chief of the Armed Forces of Malaysia Mohd Zulkifli Bin Zine and Commander of the Navy of the country Abdul Aziz bin Jaafar. We discussed the possibility of delivery in Malaysia complexes "Club-K" for the Army and the "Club-M" for the defense of the coastline" - she said.

Negotiations, added spokesman, held with the participation of technical experts and representatives of Rosoboronexport concern, in one of the rounds brother attended the King of Malaysia Tunku Annuar. "He was also demonstrated the capabilities of our systems in terms of tactical goals to protect the coastline and strengthen the defense of the state as a whole", - said Vorobyov.


In turn, the Chief of Naval Forces, invited the delegation of Brunei "Morinformsystem-Agat" to visit the country for a full-fledged presentation missiles and negotiations on cooperation, continued the spokesman.

"First Admiral Abdul Halim visited the stand of our group was interested in our products," - she said. According to her, of particular interest to senior military showed onshore "Club-M".

(Itar Tass)

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