Turkey’s Gendarmerie has awarded a $40 million tender to Motor Sich to repair and modernize the paramilitary force’s entire Russian-made Mi-17 helicopter fleet,
Thursday, September 6, 2018

Turkey’s Gendarmerie has awarded a $40 million tender to Motor Sich to repair and modernize the paramilitary force’s entire Russian-made Mi-17 helicopter fleet,

Turkey’s Gendarmerie has awarded a $40 million tender to Motor Sich to repair and modernize the paramilitary force’s entire Russian-made Mi-17 helicopter fleet, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov tweets from Turkey. The 17 military utility helicopters will be flown across the Black Sea to Motor-Sich’s repair plant in Konotop, Sumy region, 250 km northeast of Kyiv.

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