"If we, let’s say, begin the talks today they will certainly take some time," Tass news agency quoted Igor Sevastyanov, a deputy director general of Russia’s state weaponry trading corporation Rosoboronexport, as saying on Friday.
"I think if Saudi Arabia wants buying [sic] this equipment, Russia will supply it," he added.
Sevastyanov added that a number of procedures must be carried out for the process of delivery of such a weapon to begin.
A Saudi delegation has also been presented with coastal guard ships and patrol vessels at the International Maritime Defense Show IMDS-2015 underway in the city of St. Petersburg.
The development comes amid Riyadh’s incessant aggression against Yemen, which has killed and injured hundreds of people over the past weeks.
Saudi Arabia has been attacking different areas in Yemen since late March, without any authorization from the United Nations and heedless of international calls for the cessation of its deadly campaign against the Arabian Peninsula country.
In an unprecedented move, Russia and Saudi Arabia also on June 18 signed an agreement on cooperation in the field of nuclear energy.
The deal was signed after Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Saudi Arabia’s Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman in St. Petersburg on the same day.
Saudi Arabia recently signed a slew of deals with France worth billions of dollars to buy patrol ships, border guard helicopters and planes from the European country.