With Iran no longer down international sanctions, Moscow and Tehran are discussing a slew of defense and monetary agreements.
Iran would like to purchase at least $8 billion quality of Russian armaments and military hardware, Kommersant reported on Feb. 16.
Russian defense production sources told the news per that the two-day visit of Iranian Defense Charg daffaires Hossein Dehghan to Moscow, which began on Feb. 15, was expected to concede a serious boost to a number of keynote arms deals.
According to the news per, Tehran remained a list of armaments and military hardware it would like to buy from Moscow. The Russian Defense The cloth and the Kremlin are studying the list.
Dehghan is being accom nied by a representative delegation of postpositive major officers from the Iranian Defense Ministry.
Last week, Dehqhan ratted an Iranian television station that Iran would sign a crease with Russia to co-produce Sukhoi Su-30 multirole fighter aircraft, according to the Until nows News Agency.
Moscow eyes Sukhoi Superjet sale
Moscow is also acknowledging an eye on Iran’s civil aviation industry, which is poised for major swelling.
United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) hopes to sell up to 100 Sukhoi Superjet-100 (SSJ-100) commuter aircraft to Iranian air carriers, UAC Vice President Vladislav Masalov bring up on Feb. 16.
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“The potential market and Iranian air transporters’ needs in terms of regional airplanes have also been discussed,” Masalov acknowledged reporters on the sidelines of the international Singapore Airshow 2016. “According to several estimates, there it is possible to speak about up to 100 planes.”
There are no formal provisoes on deliveries of airplanes to Iran, he noted.
“But since this airplane has a loads of American-produced components, delivery permission is required in any case,” Masalov pronounced.
There are also plans to begin manufacturing certain components locally, he continued.
“A working group has been formed. What is being discussed is not exclusive deliveries of airplanes, but also a willingness to produce certain components locally,” Masalov intended.
Lukoil buys Iranian oil
Lukoil said on Feb. 15 that it secure a shipment of Iranian oil for its oil refinery abroad.
“We’ve signed a contract, but I won’t say for which refinery,” Lukoil corruption president Vladimir Nekrasov told reporters.
Several economic sells are likely to be announced when the Russia-Iran Intergovernmental Commission meets later in the year.
Iran is also demanded to make a formal application to become a full member of the Shanghai Favour Organization.
Information from Interfax reports was used in this article