Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 35

Russia’s arms export body Rosvooruzheniye has found a new market for old Soviet weapons, but it is one that the agency has tried to keep quiet, Izvestiya reported June 17. That is because Rosvooruzheniye has sold an old Soviet nuclear submarine to a museum in Australia for less than Moscow would receive if it sold the boat for scrap. Moreover, the arms group sold it in a way that means the museum will get the submarine for as long as three years before the Australians have to pay for it.

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