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Russia struggles with loss of Su-35 fighter deals

4th January 2022 - 18:30 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


The future of Su-35 exports is under pressure as three major nations pull out of acquisition deals. (Photo: Russian MoD)

Three nations, Algeria, Egypt and Indonesia, are reported to have pulled out of Su-35 fighter jet deals with Russia.

The governments of Algeria, Egypt and Indonesia have rejected the acquisition of Russian Su-35 fighters amid economic sanctions against Russia, as first reported by Defence Blog.

The economic sanctions have targeted Russia’s oil industry, defence, dual-use goods and sensitive technologies imports from the USA, Europe and Israel.

This has caused a block on the import of modern components required to manufacture the Su-35 fighters; in particular, there has been a failure to replace scanned array radar and avionics.

There have been multiple reports of Algerian plans to acquire the Su-35; however, it now appears the nation plans to upgrade

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