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Senator Tulokhonov discussed the expansion of deliveries of the Ulan-Ude aircraft plant in the Asia-Pacific countries

Arnold Tulokhonov, member of the Federation Council Committee on Science, Education, Culture and Information Policy, representative in the Federation Council from the executive body of state power of Buryatia, visited Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant OJSC and discussed the prospects for the plant's products supply to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region, reports IA UlanMedia according to the press service of the Government of Buryatia.

OJSC Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant is one of the largest manufacturers of helicopters of the Russian holding OJSC Russian Helicopters. The plant's products are supplied to 45 countries of the world. In an interview with the executive director of U-UAZ Lenid Belykh, the senator noted that during his visit to such countries as Vietnam, Indonesia, China as part of the parliamentary delegation, "it was pleasant to know that they are regular consumers of your products and are satisfied with it. This is the result your work on the modernization of products, technical re-equipment of production and training of highly qualified personnel. "

Arnold Tulokhonov and the executive director of the enterprise Leonid Belykh discussed the prospects for promoting products to Southeast Asia. "Taking into account the expansion of supplies of aviation equipment to these regions, it is necessary to accelerate the creation of a base for its maintenance, provision of spare parts in this region," the senator said.

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