Source Pravda.Ru

Session Of Russian-British Working Group On Aircraft Industry Opens Today

A full-scale section of the Working Group on Aircraft Building within the Russian-British Intergovernmental Committee on Trade and Investment opens in London on Monday. Head of the Russian delegation is Valery Voskoboinikov, deputy director of the Russian Aerospace Agency (Rosaviakosmos). According to the Rosaerokosmos officials, Russian and British experts are due to discuss the current situation on the aircraft market along with the Russian-British cooperation in the aerospace industry. Among the issues to be discussed are supplies of Rolls-Royce engines for new Russian passenger aircraft, investment to the Russian aircraft industry and establishment of joint enterprises. The program to be developed by the Working group and the documents prepared for its implementation will be examined and approved by corresponding ministries.

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