Why is Russia not afraid to sell the most advanced weapons


Russia is ready to offer foreign buyers its most modern weapons, including the T-14 Armata tank. This was announced yesterday by the head of the Russian Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation Dmitry Shugaev.


It would seem that export is always good. But does not our country risk thus "presenting" its unique Technology? After all, today Russia is the leading player in the arms market, ranking second after the United States.

Last year, our revenue from the sale of air defense systems, combat aircraft and missiles exceeded $ 15 billion. Moreover, every sold S-400 or MiG-35 carries advanced technologies in a concentrated form, which, as some believe, can be stolen.

As for the T-14 "Armata", it is the best main battle tank in the world according to the Jane's weapons guide. Deliveries of the export version of the combat vehicle will begin as early as next year, when the order for the supply of 132 units to the Russian troops will be fulfilled.

According to some reports, India, Egypt, Algeria and a number of other countries are planning to update their tank fleet with our T-14s. But will it not turn out that the purchased tank will be "disassembled into cogs", studied and copied? Absolutely not.

Practice has shown that it is almost impossible to copy advanced weapons without an appropriate engineering school, industrial base and technical experience. As an example, we can cite Turkey, which since 2007 has been unsuccessfully trying to create its own tank "Altai" on the basis of "Leopard", India, beating over its "Arjun" since 1998, and even industrialized China, which barely "reached" the parameters of its ZTZ -99 to our T-90MS.

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  1. gorenina91 Offline
    gorenina91 (Irina) 22 August 2020 14: 14
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    Russia is ready to offer foreign buyers its most modern weapons, including the T-14 Armata tank. This was announced yesterday by the head of the Russian Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation Dmitry Shugaev.

    - Not so long ago ... - several centuries ago (even under Peter the Great) Russia paid tribute to the then racketeering and paid everything that this racketeer appointed her ... - Well, today Russia itself supplies everything that is interesting. others "(not even excluding the most real enemies); and even despite the fact that this is supplied to the enemies ... - Russia itself does not have enough ... - Well, than in real life ... - not a racketeer ... - to supply what you also have in no prosperity ???

    Moreover, each sold S-400 or Mig-35 carries advanced technologies in a concentrated form, which, as some believe, can be stolen.

    - But what kind of theft is this ??? - This is outright betrayal and sabotage ... - to supply "advanced technologies in a concentrated form" to enemies and enemies that they will use ...
  2. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 22 August 2020 14: 26
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    Our current government, now, always presents the sale of the Motherland as a blessing for the Motherland. Justifying his betrayal and stupidity. I believe that you should not consider yourself smarter than others. And for the sake of the country's security, modern weapons can be sold when we ourselves already, at least in the drawings, have something more modern. Do we already have the best for the T-14 tank and the Su-57 aircraft?
  3. Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 22 August 2020 15: 33
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    There is only one answer: money does not smell.

    For example: Erdogan was caught in collaboration with well-known terrorists. I came to Putin. I saw the Su-57. - For sale? - For sale!
  4. Michael I Offline
    Michael I (Michael I) 22 August 2020 20: 18
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    Who has already sold the MiG-35? They say that the T-14 has not yet passed military tests, so when they have time to make 135 tanks by the end of the year}
  5. Vasya Vasiliev_2 (Vasev Vasya) 23 August 2020 07: 49
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    Well, yes, you can't sell novye ... T-90, if only in a stripped-down form.
    1. Fekla Ivanova Offline
      Fekla Ivanova (Fekla Ivanova) 24 August 2020 17: 29
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      Nothing to talk about.
      For export, they have always supplied an export version of equipment and weapons - with reduced functionality and characteristics.
      Always.
  6. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) 17 September 2020 15: 12
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    Does anyone know what the niches on the T-14 tower are for?