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Russia to start delivering Uran-E (KH-35E - SS-N-25 'Switchblade') missiles to Azerbaijan
 
Russia will start delivering Uran-E missile complexes ordered by Azerbaijan from next year, APA reports quoting military sources. Azerbaijan made $75 mln-order to Russian Tactical Rocket Arms corporation in 2010. Realization of the order will start from the end of the current year. These naval missiles will be used in arming of naval forces of Azerbaijan.
Russia will start delivering Uran-E missile complexes ordered by Azerbaijan from next year, APA reports quoting military sources. Azerbaijan made $75 mln-order to Russian Tactical Rocket Arms corporation in 2010. Realization of the order will start from the end of the current year. These naval missiles will be used in arming of naval forces of Azerbaijan.
 
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Naval Forces News - Azerbaijan
 
 
 
Russia to start delivering Uran-E (KH-35E - SS-N-25 'Switchblade') missiles to Azerbaijan
 
Russia will start delivering Uran-E missile complexes ordered by Azerbaijan from next year, APA reports quoting military sources. Azerbaijan made $75 mln-order to Russian Tactical Rocket Arms corporation in 2010. Realization of the order will start from the end of the current year. These naval missiles will be used in arming of naval forces of Azerbaijan.
     

Russia will start delivering Uran-E missile complexes ordered by Azerbaijan from next year, APA reports quoting military sources. Azerbaijan made $75 mln-order to Russian Tactical Rocket Arms corporation in 2010. Realization of the order will start from the end of the current year. These naval missiles will be used in arming of naval forces of Azerbaijan.
KH-35E Uran (SS-N-25 Switchblade) antiship missile on display during IMDS 2013

     
Only Russian and Turkmen warships have been armed with these complexes. Along with Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan also made $79.8 mln and $30 mln orders to Russia for naval missiles in 2010. The first part of Turkmenistan’s order was delivered in 2011-2012. Ashgabad made additional $40 mln order. The range of these missiles makes 130-260 km.

The Uran subsonic anti-ship missile can be launched from helicopters, surface ships and coastal defense batteries. It has a range of up to 250 kilometers (135 nautical miles) and carries a 145-kilogram high explosive warhead.

From APA