Deputy Prime Minister of Russia denied the delivery of only two Su-57 fighters this year

The Russian Aerospace Forces will receive at least four serial fifth-generation Su-57 fighters.

According to Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov, who heads the government's military orientation, the Russian aerospace forces will receive at least four fighters during the current year.

A few days ago, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov paid a visit to the Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aviation Plant named after V.I. Yu.A. Gagarin, in order to get acquainted with the local developments. After a visit to the plant, he said that the Russian Ministry of Defense would soon acquire four serial Su-57 fighters. However, before that, it was reported that only two combat vehicles would come for admission. According to an unnamed source, it was planned that two Su-57s were to follow to Akhtubinsk for the use of the State Flight Test Center, however, apparently, Russian aircraft manufacturers plan to complete the delivery of four combat aircraft, although at the moment it is known that neither one of them is not fully built.

At the moment, the Russian Aerospace Forces have adopted only one Su-57 fighter. It is planned that by the end of 2024 the Aerospace Forces will be able to receive 22 fifth-generation Su-57 fighters, and by the end of 2027 their number will be about 76.

The Su-57 is a fifth-generation Russian fighter designed to destroy all types of air targets, as well as neutralize ground and surface targets.

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