DCNS Signs Agreement for Russian Submarines

Wednesday, November 07, 2007
French shipbuilding company DCNS has signed a contract with Russian shipbuilding science and research institute, providing technological cooperation in submarine design. DCNS company is known as designer of nuclear submarines of “Barracuda” type and diesel-electric submarines with anaerobic engine of “Scorpène” type. The contract on technological cooperation between Russia and France is the first one in the submarine field and suggests further cooperation in the military and technical sphere of two countries, launched by buying 90 French thermal imagers for Russian T-90 tanks. [Source: http://www.russia-ic.com]

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