Russia and Sub-Saharan Africa countries signed a 20 weapons agreements over the past two years, says Russian exporter of military hardware. The Russian exporter, Rosoboronexport said on Wednesday that the company views South-Saharan countries as long-standing strategic partners.
“Over the past two years alone we have signed more than 20 contracts with them. We expect the regional market of weapons and military hardware will demonstrate a stable expansion trade over several years to come,” said, Rosoboronexport CEO, Alexander Mikheyev.
As per Tass the Russian exporter believes that the market of weapons and military hardware in Sub-Saharan African countries has been growing on several objectives and factors.
The military weapons company is currently participating in the Africa Aerospace & Defence show in Pretoria, South Africa.