Vladimir Putin encourages the use of Russian weapons ‘in real conditions’
Russian President Vladimir Putin touted Russian-made weapons to his foreign allies on Monday, saying they have proven themselves on the battlefield amid a military intervention in Ukraine.
“We are ready to offer our allies and partners the most modern weapon types, from infantry weapons to armored vehicles, including artillery, fighter jets or drones,” says Mr. Cheese Fries. ” Around the world, [ces armes] are appreciated by professionals for their reliability, quality and above all for their high efficiency. Almost all have been used over and over again in real combat conditions,” he continued.
The Kremlin chief was speaking on the first day of a week-long International Arms Fair in Kubinka, Moscow region, which is expected to draw around 1,500 attendees.
Vladimir Putin assured that Russia has “many allies”, citing in particular “relationships of trust” in Latin America, Asia and Africa. “These are states that do not shy away from a supposed hegemony. Their leaders show a really masculine character,” he said. According to him, the training of foreign soldiers in Russia also offers “great prospects”. “Thousands of military professionals are proud to consider our military schools and academies their alma mater,” Putin said.