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“In August, not that much long ago, a contract was signed with Nigeria on the deliveries of [Russian] helicopters,” Sergei Goreslavsky, a deputy director general of Rostec, said at the ADEX-2014 international defense exhibition in Azerbaijan.
“We are talking here about a significant number of Mi-171Sh helicopters and several Mi-35M helicopters,” Goreslavsky added.
He added that Mi-171Sh helicopters and other Mi modifications are very popular in other African states.
“Mozambique expressed its interest and we plan to work in this direction at the upcoming exhibition in South Africa,” Goreslavsky added.