Bangladesh Is Negotiating With China To Get J-10 Fighter_Aircraft

  

According to the Russian military news network reported on December
1,2010, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh Army in the country
before his speech at the ceremony said the government would purchase a
large number of various types of weapons and equipment for the
protection of its exclusive economic zone, to participate in UN
peacekeeping action. China has been a major arms supplier to Bangladesh,
the procurement of most of the weapons may be in the favorable
financial conditions or military assistance to China within the
framework of supply.

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina announced that the government is
drafting a large number of weapons and equipment import contract, plans
to purchase modern tanks, artillery, air defense missile systems,
fighter aircraft and helicopters. British ” Defence Industry” magazine
reported that Bangladesh had purchased 140 armored personnel carriers,
have all been received and the armed forces.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said the Government of Bangladesh will also
increase the cost of training military personnel, while Cox’s Bazar
improve air base infrastructure, strengthening patrolling the waters of
the Bay of Bengal, in the Mill Pool will also be set up 37 anti-aircraft
regiment.

Now the leadership of Bangladesh attaches great importance to
non-traditional security threats, including piracy, natural disasters
and the Bay of Bengal waters, increasing competition for energy. In
addition, Bangladesh and Myanmar, also, the Indian territorial disputes,
mainly some countries with large oil and gas resources in the
territorial ownership of the continental shelf. Myanmar, Bangladesh,
2008 6 vessels accused, including two warships, violating the exclusive
economic zone of Bangladesh. Both sides insisted that a large number of
oil and gas resources with the Bay of Bengal as its territory in the
disputed region.

Bangladesh military budget after only 15 billion dollars. Baoji,
Shaanxi Province in recent years in China, Special Purpose Vehicle Co.,
Ltd. has been providing credit to Bangladesh within the framework of

4×4 wheeled armored personnel carriers supply ZFB05 type.
The end of 2009 the company announced that it is with Bangladesh to
negotiate a new batch of equipment supply. Chengdu Aircraft Industrial
Group in 2007 to Bangladesh supply 12 F-7BG the type, 4 FT-7BG
two-seater fighter, c
urrently being negotiated and Bangladesh Air
Force JF-17 and the more modern F -10 fighter supply. According to
unofficial information, Bangladesh Navy from China have been two, “Jiang
Wei” class Ⅱ type (053H3) frigates.

Bangladesh had purchased three British naval vessels on active service,
including a hydrological observation vessels and two offshore patrol
vessels. In addition, the Bangladesh Navy and the Italian Augusta
Westland has signed a two AW-109 light twin helicopter purchase
agreement.