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Russian Aerospace Forces buy at least 40 more powerful combat fighters


The Russian Aerospace Forces will purchase Su-35S fighters worth 70 billion rubles.

In the near future the Russian Aerospace Forces will receive about 40 Su-35S fighters worth 70 billion rubles. This became known after the head of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation held a meeting with representatives of the defense industry complex. The exact number of purchased fighters is not named, however, given that one Su-35S combat fighter for the needs of the Russian army costs about 2 billion rubles, the total number of such can vary from 35 to 45 pieces.

“The Russian Defense Ministry will conclude an additional agreement on the supply of Su-35S fighters by the end of the year. This was announced on Wednesday by Russian Defense Minister General of the Army Sergei Shoigu. "By the end of the year, we plan to conclude an additional state contract for the supply of multifunctional Su-35S aircraft. The contract will amount to 70 billion rubles," Shoigu said at a meeting with representatives of the defense industry. "Actually, we came for this - to make sure that the company is able to fulfill this contract," the minister explained. ", - about it сообщает Russian news agency "TASS"

It should be clarified that today the capabilities of the Russian Su-35S combat fighter are sufficient to engage in open combat against such fighters as the F-35 and even the F-22, and today it is the most maneuverable combat aircraft in the world, interest in which quickly manifests itself all over the planet, in particular, Egypt became the last customer of the Russian "Sushki".

Read carefully. Everything is in rubles.

Exactly 2 green lard, taking into account shrinkage and shrinkage, we will end up with a product for 2 lard of wood.

Not weak, one Su-35s costs $ 2 billion, it turns out that half an aircraft will be bought for 70 billion rubles, not a lot ...

That's probably 2 lard RUBLES apiece. And then the F-35's eyes twitched with envy.

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