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India intends to buy hundreds of Russian fighters, including MiG-35 and even Su-57


India intends to acquire hundreds of Russian military aircraft.

Despite active criticism from India by Russian fighters, it became known that in the near future, New Delhi intends to conclude contracts with Russian aircraft manufacturers for the purchase of hundreds of fighters, among which there are already well-known India MiG-29 and Su-30MKI, and relatively new aircraft, in particular, we are talking about combat training Yak-130, MiG-35 and even Su-57.

“Given that the Indian Air Force is planning an ambitious expansion of its front-line combat fleet and is aiming to increase the number of combat units by the 2027 year, the country intends to invest heavily in the acquisition of a wide range of Russian combat aircraft. In particular, five classes of Russian jet aircraft stand out as platforms in which India is likely to invest in the near future, the reasons for which are completely obvious. ”- The Military Watch Magazine reports.

Among the mentioned combat and combat training aircraft, the MiG-29, Su-30MKI, Yak-130, and even the most modern Russian fighters - MiG-35 and Su-57 are highlighted.

Given the arguments presented, we can talk about hundreds of acquired Russian fighters, which in turn will allow Russia to conclude contracts for multi-billion dollars.

Hindus are very tricky ...

who to believe? I recently read that India has completely refused to purchase our aircraft, now they write the opposite here

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