17 Mei 2013

Belarus will Supply Vietnam Unmanned Aircraft Systems

17 Mei 2013

Grif-1 UAV from Belarus (photo : Vitaly Kuzmin)

TSAMTO. Belarus plans to deliver to Vietnam unmanned aircraft systems. The Prime Minister of Belarus Mikhail Myasnikovich at a meeting with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, BelTA informs.
According to Mikhail Myasnikovich, "We very much hope associate with scientific and technical cooperation. Here and unmanned aircraft systems, the contracts for which we sign as part of your visit, and future joint projects in the field of bio-and information technologies, as well as in medicine "- BELTA.
Type procured Vietnam UAVs are not reported.
Earlier, in January this year, the agency BelTA reported on the organization of the production of UAVs by the National Academy of Sciences. The company engaged in the production of Belarusian drone was created Physical-Technical Institute of the NAS of Belarus.
Unmanned aerial vehicles planned to create custom melokoseriynymi parties. As of January of this year, according to the learned, had produced about 10 ready copies. In the future, drones planned to supply the markets of other countries.Among the potential customers has been called Vietnam.
It should be noted that Vietnam has already implemented in the work on the UAV in three areas: personal development, as well as programs with Russia and Sweden.


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