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February 09, 2016
Russia proposes licensed production of T-90S tanks in Iran
Yekaterinburg, Russia (UPI) Feb 4, 2016
Russia is proposing to license the production of its T-90S gun launcher-armed tanks in Iran if U.N. sanctions on the country are lifted. The T-90S, built by Russian corporation Uralvagonzavod, is the latest tank in Russia's T-series. Uralvagonzavod deputy director general Alexey Zharich says his corporation will be able to move forward licensing the production of the tank in the country once restrictions on military-technical cooperation with Iran are removed. "Cooperation with Iran was ... read more

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