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ZHUKOVSKY, August 25. /TASS/. The total portfolio of Rosoboronexport’s orders is currently over $40 bln and the company has no doubts it will deliver current plans, Chief Executive Officer of the Russian weapons exporter Anatoly Isaikin said on Tuesday.
"The portfolio of Rosoboronexport’s orders is over $40 bln. The delivery of 2015 year plan is on track. No doubts that it will be met," Isaikin said.
Company’s portfolio was reported earlier to be about $40 bln, with the defense products export to remain standing at $13 bln in 2015.
Isaikin said the aircraft orders portfolio of Russia’s weapons exporter Rosoboronexport is over $18 bln.
"The portfolio of orders for Russian aircraft is over $18 bln. We are actively marketing the latest multifunctional Su-35 and MiG -29M/M2 aircraft, Il-76MD-90A airlifters, Yak-130 training aircraft, Mi-28NE and Ka-52 combat helicopters, Ka-226T light multipurpose and Mi-26T2 heavy transport helicopters," Isaikin said.