Translated by Ollie Richardson for Fort Russ
10th November, 2015
Seven factories of the military-industrial complex in Crimea have made it on to the State Register of the Russian Federation, and thus are now able to fulfil state orders of the Russian Defence Industry, First Deputy Minister of Industrial Policy of the Republic of Crimea Constantine Ravitch said.
“We can take orders as we have now fulfilled all the requirements that allow us to work in the state defense order. The plants include “Fiolent”, the factory “Bay” and the Research Institute of aeroelastic systems. Different types of orders are available, they are already working on defense contracts, “- said Ravitch.
According to the official, the list of the Crimean enterprises that are able to carry out government orders will expand in the near future. To do this, companies need Crimea to fulfil several requirements established by law for the enterprises of the military-industrial complex in Russia.