Kubinka (Moscow region). August 23. INTERFAX-The Kalashnikov Concern delivered a batch of AK-15 assault rifles to India for special purpose units in mid-August, the concern's press service told Interfax.
"In mid-August, a batch of AK-15s was shipped to India, which will be used by special units of a number of Indian states," the press service reported.
On the eve of the general director of Rosoboronexport, Alexander Mikheev, told Interfax about the signing of a contract with India for the supply of 70 thousand AK-103 assault rifles.
Earlier, Indian media reported that India signed a contract with Russia for the immediate supply of 70 thousand ready-to-use Kalashnikov assault rifles. The publication spoke about the supply of automatic machines of the "two-hundredth series".
In March 2018, the military officially confirmed the information about the adoption of new automatic weapons developed by the Kalashnikov concern-AK-12 and AK-15 and the Degtyarev plant-AEK-971, AEK-973 (6P67, 6P68).