Voici les déclarations d'Hervé Morin vues par les médias brésiliens.
Il assure que les composants étrangers du Rafale n'empécherons pas le transfert de technologie.
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http://www.estadao.com.br/noticias/geral,pecas-estrangeiras-nao-prejudicam-proposta-do-rafale-diz-franca,460657,0.htmForeign parts without prejudice proposal of Rafale, says France
RIO DE JANEIRO - The French defense minister, Herve Morin, said on Tuesday that the presence of the foreign components Rafale aircraft will not compromise the transfer of technology to Brazil if the proposal of France is the winner in the bidding for Brazilian Air Force ( FAB) for purchase of new fighters.
In an interview at the headquarters of the French Consulate in Rio de Janeiro, the minister assured that these components "imported" will not be an obstacle to the French proposal presented to the FAB, which she considers central to technology transfer.
"This is not a problem. All equipment in the world have small pieces of other countries. They are brick technology, small details. When it comes to technology transfer and technology partnership for us is not a problem," said Morin.
The French Dassault with Rafale, the U.S. Boeing, the F-18 Super Hornet, and Sweden's Saab, with the Gripen NG, compete for the contract for the sale of 36 fighters to multi-employer FAB.
In addition to considering the top French fighter to Boeing and Saab, the minister emphasized the good political relationship between President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and French President Nicolas Sarkozy, and the affinity of both countries in international discussions.
"Ours is the best plane. We have the whole set. We have a political partnership, we propose an industrial partnership and technology and is best when you look at the capabilities," he said.
Morin met Tuesday with Defense Minister Nelson Jobim, who said the selection of the winning bid will take into consideration not only the political issue, the operational criteria, technology transfer, industrial capacity and price.
"The political criterion we analyze ... (no pressure) of three very large, President Obama, Sarkozy and the Swedish authorities. This is normal. Is the interest of the state," Jobim said.
Morin led the Swedish competitor when asked about the price of the French game, which would double the amount offered by Saab.
"Our plane is flying and not them," he said, noting that the Rafale fighter jets are already used by the French Air Force, while the Gripen NG is still experimental.
The French minister said that if Brazil chooses to purchase the Rafale fighter, the improvement project provided arms to the model could be developed in partnership with the country.
Morin closed in Rio a tour through Latin America which included stints in Chile and Argentina. He Jobim and flew to Rio de Janeiro to visit the facilities where the submarine will be built a strategic partnership between the two countries.
The agreements already signed with Brazil and an eventual victory in the tender for fighters might, according to Morin, transform the country into a kind of military industrial base to meet the demands of other countries in Latin America.
"The Chileans and the Argentines were interested in this partnership between Brazil and France. The strategic partnership with Brazil great interest to all countries of Latin America."
(Reportagem de Rodrigo Viga Gaier) (Reporting by Rodrigo Viga Gaier)