Thailand and Russia have signed an agreement to facilitate military-technology collaboration, military sources in Bangkok have confirmed to Jane’s .
The memorandum of agreement (MOA) on military-technical co-operation was signed on 13 September in Bangkok between Mikhail Petukhov, the deputy director of Russia’s Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation, and Vice Admiral Tiwa Daramuang, director of the Joint Logistics unit of the Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters.
The Russian embassy in Bangkok and the Royal Thai Armed Forces have provided no details on the agreement, although Jane’s understands that the MOA is intended to provide a framework for a range of joint activities.
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