“We have closely been following the processes in this country and want to keep in touch with our Libyan partners. And, in my opinion, we will return to Libya, possibly not on the previous scale, but, nevertheless, we will certainly find our segment on the Libyan weapons market,” he told Interfax-AVN on the sidelines of the IDEX 2013 defense exhibition in the United Arab Emirates.
The Libyan authorities are now working vigorously to rekindle Russia’s interest in Libya’s arms market, he said.
“Preliminary consultations have already been held. Offers have been announced. But the problem is that their centralized national government has not been formed completely yet,” Dzirkaln said.