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MOSCOW, November 28. /TASS/. Russian arms producer Kalashnikov, part of state-owned industrial corporation Rostec, will supply arms for civil markets of Malaysia and Thailand under new contracts signed with its partners in the countries, the company said in a statement Friday.
No further details on the contracts were provided.
“The company has managed to neutralize a negative impact of sanctions (imposed on Russia by the West) and expanded its presence in the world,” the company said.
Kalashnikov also continue developing cooperation with partners in other countries of the Asia-Pacific region, whose markets were earlier seemed to be closed for Russian producers due to the dominance of US products; as well as with countries in Africa and Latin America.