The International Aerospace Exhibition «PARIS AIR SHOW – 2017» being held on June 19-25, 2017, at the exhibition complex in Le Bourget, Paris suburb. The organiser is company «Salon International de l’Aeronautique et de l’Espace» (SIAE) – subsidiary company of the French Air Space Industry Association (GIFAS).
The exhibition is being held since 1909. Its main subject – arms and military equipment of the Air Force, Air Defence, aircraft construction, aerospace technologies and equipment for civil aviation.
The total square of the exposition is 324,000 sq. meters.
More than 2350 companies from 47 states will take part in the exhibition.
34 Russian organisations will take part in the exhibition, including State Corporation «Rostec», JSC «Rosoboronexport», JSC «Russian Helicopters», JSC «UEC», JSC «UAC» and others.
The total square of the exhibition will be more than 1000 sq. meters, where 198 exhibits of the military purpose products will be represented as well. Among them:
- aircraft – MiG-35 multifunctional front-line fighter, MiG-29M2 two-seat multifunctional front-line fighter, Su-35 multipurpose super-maneuverable fighter (the export variant of Su-27M aircraft), Il-76MD-90A military transport aircraft, Su-30MK2 multipurpose fighter, Yak-130 trainer (combat trainer) aircraft, Be-200 multirole patrol amphibious aircraft;
- helicopters – Ka-52 combat reconnaissance attack helicopter, Mi-35M transport combat helicopter, Mi-26 heavy transport helicopter, Mi-171Sh military transport helicopter (the export variant of Mi-8AMTSh helicopter), Mi-28NE combat helicopter; Ka-31 radar picket helicopter;
- Air Defence means – S-300 air defence missile system, TOR-M2KM 9K331MKM air defence missile system with combat and technical modular devices, Pantsyr-S1 air defence missile-gun system, Igla-S 9K338 man-portable air defence missile systems.
The official Russian Delegation will be headed by D.Shugaev, Director, FSMTC of Russia, at the exhibition.
During the exhibition, he will hold the meetings with the heads of the official delegations of main partners of the Russian Federation in the sphere of military-technical cooperation, as well as with the leaders of the world’s leading companies in the area of defence and security.
Director of FSMTC of Russia
Dmitry Evgenyevich Shugaev was born on August 11, 1965, in Moscow. Graduated from Moscow State Institute of International Relations, MFA of the USSR (MGIMO) in 1987. Candidate of Economic Sciences.
After graduation from the Institute worked in various public and commercial structures.
2001-2008 Consultant to the Deputy General Director, Assistant to the First Deputy General Director, Chief of Staff of the General Director of FSUE Rosoboronexport.
2009-2017 Deputy General Director of Rostec State Corporation.ctor of Rostec State Corporation.
In accordance with the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation V.V.Putin № 42 dated January 31, 2017, Dmitry Evgenyevich Shugaev was designated as Director of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation.
The Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (MTS)
The Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (MTS) is a key element of the power vertical managing the MNS system. As federal executive authority. Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSMTC of Russia) performs MTS control and supervision functions.
FSMTC of Russia reports to the Russian Federation President.
FSMTC of Russia is subject to the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation Defense Ministry.
Major areas of FSMTC of Russia activities shall be:
To perform control and supervision functions in the area of military-technical cooperation in compliance with laws of the Russian Federation; efficient functioning of the MTS system; implementation of MTC related international treaties; level of foreign trade prices for military purpose products.
Decision making on MPP import and export; issue of licenses for MPP import and export; authorising MPP developers and manufacturers to conduct foreign trade operations to supply spare parts and support materiel to MPP, their repair, certification, etc.;
Consideration of applications from foreign customers, their registration, record and control over their implementation;
Record and registration of foreign trade contracts;
Maintenance of the register of MTC entities and issue of appropriate certificates to them;