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Libya to spend $3 billion on Russian weapons
22.04.2008 14:20
Libya to spend $3 billion on Russian weapons
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Russian and Libyan parties have signed an agreement on military-technical cooperation implying Russian weapons and military equipment to be acquired by Libya. The deal is estimated at $2.3-3 billion.
      It is expected that Libya will in particularly purchase 12 multi-role Su 35 fighters, 48 T 90S tanks, several surface-to-air missile systems S 125 Pechora, S-300PMU Favorit and Top M2E, as weel as Kilo class diesel-electric submarines (636 Type). Besides, Russia will supply spares and promises to fulfil works on maintainance, repair and back fitting of earlier acquired military equipment.


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