List of Mil Mi-8/17 operators

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The following nations currently operate (or formerly owned) Mi-8/17 helicopter in civil or military roles:

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Military operators[edit]

 Afghanistan[edit]

An Afghan National Army Mi-17

 Algeria[edit]

 Angola[edit]

 Argentina[edit]

 Armenia[edit]

 Azerbaijan[edit]

 Bangladesh[edit]

 Belarus[edit]

 Bhutan[edit]

 Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

 Bulgaria[edit]

 Burkina Faso[edit]

 Cambodia[edit]

 Chad[edit]

 China[edit]

 Colombia[edit]

 Republic of the Congo[edit]

 Democratic Republic of the Congo[edit]

 Croatia[edit]

A Czech Republic Mi-171

 Cuba[edit]

 Czech Republic[edit]

 Djibouti[edit]

 Ecuador[edit]

 Egypt[edit]

 Eritrea[edit]

 Ethiopia[edit]

 Georgia[edit]

 Ghana[edit]

 Guinea[edit]

 Hungary[edit]

 India[edit]

 Indonesia[edit]

 Iran[edit]

 Iraq[edit]

 Kazakhstan[edit]

 Kyrgyzstan[edit]

 Laos[edit]

Latvian Air Force Mi-8

 Latvia[edit]

 Libya[edit]

 Lithuania[edit]

 Macedonia[edit]

 Mexico[edit]

 Moldova[edit]

 Mongolia[edit]

 Mozambique[edit]

 Myanmar[edit]

 Namibia[edit]

   Nepal[edit]

 Nicaragua[edit]

 Niger[edit]

 Nigeria[edit]

 North Korea[edit]

 Norway[edit]

 Pakistan[edit]

 Peru[edit]

A Mi-17 of the Pakistan Army

 Poland[edit]

 Russia[edit]

 Rwanda[edit]

 Serbia[edit]

 Sierra Leone[edit]

 Slovakia[edit]

 South Sudan[edit]

 Sri Lanka[edit]

 Sudan[edit]

 Syria[edit]

 Tajikistan[edit]

 Turkmenistan[edit]

 Thailand[edit]

 Uganda[edit]

 Ukraine[edit]

 United States[edit]

 Uzbekistan[edit]

A Mi-17 of the Serbian Air Force

 Venezuela[edit]

 Vietnam[edit]

 Yemen[edit]

 Zimbabwe[edit]

Civil operators[edit]

 Cuba[edit]

 India[edit]

 Macedonia[edit]

 Malaysia[edit]

 Mongolia[edit]

   Nepal[edit]

 North Korea[edit]

 Pakistan[edit]

 Poland[edit]

 Romania[edit]

 Russia[edit]

Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mil Mi 17 helicopter.

 Slovakia[edit]

 Turkey[edit]

 Turkmenistan[edit]

Former operators[edit]

 Canada[edit]

 Czechoslovakia[edit]

 East Germany[edit]

 Finland[edit]

 Germany[edit]

 Guinea-Bissau[edit]

 Romania[edit]

 Serbia and Montenegro[edit]

 Soviet Union[edit]

An Mi-17 used by the RAF to train Afghan pilots

 Republika Srpska[edit]

 FR Yugoslavia[edit]

 United Kingdom[edit]

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