KUALA LUMPUR, April 17 (RIA Novosti)
- Russia May Sell $14 Bln Worth of Weaponry in 2012
- Russia to Sell 60 Armored Vehicles to Indonesia
- Russia signs $54-mln arms contract with Indonesia
- Indonesia set to continue buying arms from Russia
Russia will soon sign a contract with Indonesia to deliver 37 infantry fighting vehicles worth more than $100 million, Russian state-controlled arms exporter Rosoboronexport said on Tuesday.
Rosoboronexport deputy chief Viktor Komardin said the deal for BMP-3F vehicles was expected later this month.
To date, Russia has delivered 17 BMP-3Fs to Indonesia.
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The current contract portfolio of Russian arms exporters is worth about $46 billion. Annual exports total $15 billion, and this will ensure uninterrupted deliveries for the next three years, even in the worst-case scenario. The list of the main buyers of Russian weapons is unlikely to change drastically.