Iran officially announced large-scale purchases of Russian fighters and combat helicopters

The Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces announced large-scale purchases of Russian fighters and combat helicopters.

Iran intends to carry out a very serious rearmament of its air forces by concluding large contracts with the Russian side. The data on this matter were voiced personally by the Chief of the General Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, Divisional General Mohammad Bagheri, stressing that Tehran is interested in acquiring Russian combat helicopters, fighters and combat training aircraft. According to a number of sources, negotiations are underway between Russia and Iran to supply the IRGC with the latest Russian T-14 Armata tanks, S-400 and Pantsir-SM anti-aircraft missile systems, as well as unnamed missile systems.

"Regarding the contracts for the purchase of fighters, training aircraft and combat helicopters from Russia, the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran explained:" The necessary contracts were concluded after the lifting of the embargo on arms supplies to Iran and we discussed their implementation during this visit. " In another part of his speech, Bagheri said: “At present, in connection with the international situation and, especially, with the special view of the President of Russia on strengthening relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran, there is an opportunity to even expand these relations»», - reports the Iranian news agency Tasnim.

Apparently, Iran is interested in purchasing Russian attack helicopters Mi-28N "Night Hunter" and Ka-52, fighters Su-35, MiG-35. and, more than likely, fifth-generation fighters, the Su-57 or even the Su-75. There are no official comments on this, however, with rearmament, Iran may turn out to be one of the most powerful countries in the region.

Judging by how Ukraine receives scrap metal from the United States, weapons that have been written off all over the world, this is definitely not scrap metal.

And we even know who)

Well, who from the United States and England does not get junk for a lot and then they give them rubber products as a gift.

Someone and scrap metal should buy ........