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The Russian Navy has conducted tests of new self-contained combat module that was a combat facility of short range surface-to-air missile system Tor-M2KM on the board of frigate Admiral Grigorovich.The module Tor-M2KM of was mounted on special platform on the board of Russian newest Admiral Grigorovich guided missile frigate. The TOR-M2KM surface-to-air missile system with modular version of combat and technical facilities is the latest development of JSC Almaz-Antey Air Defence Concern and JSC Izhevsk Electromechanical Plant Kupol.This system is equipped with computer facilities and modern radio stations that allow to detect and process up to 48 targets, simultaneously track up to 10 targets with the highest level of threat and provide simultaneous engagement of four targets. There is possibility to mount the ICM on roofs of buildings and constructions, on difficult to access areas, on trailers and semitrailers, on railway platforms and even on low-tonnage vessels, which can carry a load of more than 20 tonnes. Design of the module makes possible the transportation on external load of the helicopter Mi-26Т and its ogs.Maximum killing zone of SAMS Tor-M2KM is 10 km in altitude and 15 km in range. It ensures engagement of maneuvering airborne targets, flying at a speed of up to 700 m/s with course parameter of up to 8 km.Target acquisition radar and guidance radar, 8 ready-to-launch surface-to-air guided missiles, 2 automated work stations for combat crew, communication and control equipment, navigation system, independent power supply system, fuel range, and other equipment is comprised within one hull.By means of three special brackets the hull can be mounted on different platforms. The system is equipped with a backup, day-and-night optoelectronic system for airborne target tracking. The system is self-contained completely and has electric equipment enabling operation of the system from industrial circuit. Combat operation of SAM system Tor-M2KM is automated fully that reduces human-in-the-loop to a minimum.
Pakistan’s delegation, included Secretary Defence Lt General (R) Zamir ul Hassan Shah, officially visited Ukraine in order to attend the second meeting of the joint commission on military and defense production fields.Secretary Defence has also visited the SE “Malyshev Plant” in Kharkiv where he familiarization with the production of modern Ukrainian armored vehicles. He mentioned that Pakistan values its relations with Ukraine and believes that the relationship will strengthen with the passage of time.Some sources reported that Ukraine is on the verge of signing a deal to provide Pakistan with new and upgraded main battle tanks.In April, “Delovaya Stolitsa” interviewed Pakistan’s Ambassador to Ukraine Maj. Gen (retired) Athar Abbas, who told Delovaya Stolitsa that Pakistan could be interested in 100 Oplot-P (export version for Pakistan) main battle tanks.At the end of the May, “Podrobnosti” reported of the SE “Malyshev Plant” completing an Oplot-P main battle tank destined for Pakistan, but for testing as part of a tender. Pakistan had tested the Oplot-M in 2015 as well.Early, the Pakistani government has signed an agreement with Ukraine for the supply of 200 engines to equip the Al Khalid-Improved main battle tank (MBT), according to Pakistani defence officials.According to Ukrainian media reports, Ukraine and Pakistan also have started implementing a bilateral agreement for the upgrade of the Pakistan Army’s T-80UD Main Battle Tank (MBT)Ukraine’s Interfax news agency reveals that representatives of Ukraine’s largest state-run defense contractor have met with Pakistan defense industry officials at this year’s International Defense Exhibition and Conference (IDEX) in Abu Dhabi in late February and concluded a number of agreements.According to two signed contracts, Ukraine is slated to supply 88 tank sights and kick off a pilot project for the overhaul of an initial batch of five Pakistan Army T-80UD MBTs, which, depending on Islamabad’s satisfaction with the upgrade work on the first five tanks, will extend to the army’s entire inventory of around 300 T-80UD MBTs.