At the Army-2021 forum, the director of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation of the Russian Federation (FSVTC), Dmitry Shugaev, announced that Russia will provide four more Sukhoi Su-30SM fighter aircraft to Kazakhstan.
This latest batch should be delivered by the end of 2022 and will be added to the 21 Su-30SMs that have already been delivered to the Kazakhstan Air Defence Force.
Shugaev also mentioned that Russia agreed on contracts worth more than USD 2 billion, including export contracts with China regarding maritime hardware, with India on infantry equipment and further deals with Armenia, Uzbekistan, Myanmar and Belarus.
In total, Rosoboronexport held more than 70 negotiations with foreign partners.
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