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ZHUKOVSKY (Moscow region), August 28 (Itar-Tass) - France shows a keen interest in Russian missiles produced by Tactical Missiles Corporation, Director General of the corporation Boris Obnosov said at the international aerospace show MAKS-2013 on Wednesday.
“They have some interest in the adjustment of our products to the French Rafale fighter,” he said. “This question cannot be resolved quickly as any other work. We are in the process of settling it,” he said.
Rafale is a multipurpose fighter of fourth generation that the French company Dassault Aviation developed. In January 2012, this company has won in the tender for the delivery of 126 fighters to the Indian Air Force. The cost of the deal should make about $12 billion.