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Russia forming specialist group to dismantle Mistral communications equipment in France

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Russia forming specialist group to dismantle Mistral communications equipment in France

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International Business Times Reports : Russia is Forming A Group of Specialists to Travel to France and dismantle the Communications equipment from the two French Mistral-Made-class Helicopter Carriers, Whose delivery to Moscow WAS Canceled by Paris in November 2014, a report said Saturday.

The Kremlin has decided to send specialists to France to take away key instruments, which can be employed on other Russian navy ships, state-run TASS news agency reported, citing a source in the Russian defense and industrial sector.

Following the cancelation of the deal with France, Russia had Reportedly Committed to Building ITS own Helicopter Carriers to Replace the two Mistral Vessels.

"This task has Been Formulated and now A Group of Specialists is being Formed to go to France to dismantle the control and Communications equipment aboard the Mistrals Delivered by Russia," TASS quoted the source as Saying.

According to the terms of the USD 1.5 billion deal struck between Russia and France in June 2011, the first Mistral-class ship, known as the "Vladivostok," was scheduled to be delivered to Russia by the end of 2014. The second ship, known as the "Sevastopol," was set to be handed over in the second half of 2015....................

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