Joint Instrument Making Corporation (part of the “Rostec”) supplied the Russian army with 14 complexes of electronic warfare “Borisoglebsk-2.” Thus, the corporation has completed the first stage of the supply of this equipment in a motorized infantry brigade, told Tass.
“The full update technology in the military electronic warfare is the first time in 20-25 years,” the deputy director of Joint Instrument Making Corporation Sergei Skokov said.
“In 2014-15 we have put the army more than ten complexes “Borisoglebsk-2″. The geography of deliveries is wide enough – from Blagoveshchensk to Kaliningrad,” Skokov said.
Earlier it was reported that before the end of 2015 the army should get 16 complexes.