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Belarus presents UAVs at LIMA'17 exhibition

Belarus has presented a series of UAVs in Malaysia. This is the first time Belarus has been represented at the region's largest military equipment show. Belarusian enterprises have brought the most popular models of weapons.

The Belarusian stand occupies 100 m2 and features modern radar, optical and electronic products and also some devices.

On the first day of the show alone, Belarusians held talks with representatives of nearly a dozen countries.

Alexei Skraga, CEO of BelSpetsVneshTekhnika:
Our systems combating unmanned vehicles and in demand and we have received great response. Because not many countries in the world have this technology. And even fewer countries in the world are ready to sell such technology. There are prerequisites for us to conclude contracts with some Southeast Asian states.

The international exhibition of aerospace and naval equipment LIMA has been held for almost 30 years. This year it is attended by about 350 companies from nearly 40 countries. Annually the exhibition is visited by about 400,000 people.

Belarus presents unmanned vehicles at LIMA'17 exhibition