Russia Supplies 4 Su-30MK2 Fighters To Vietnam

Russian Arms Exporter has supplied the first batch
of four Su-30MK2 fighters to Vietnam, head of the company’s delegation
at Paris Air Show 2011 said.

Speaking about the share of aircraft
equipment in overall exports of Russian armaments, Sergei Kornev noted
yesterday that it made up 43 percent in 2010.

Normally, this indicator ranges between 45 and 50 percent, and this trend will keep in the near future, Kornev said.

The largest buyers of Russian aircraft are India, Algeria and Vietnam.

According to the Rosoboronexport official, the first four Su-30MK2 fighters had been recently sent to Vietnam.

our return to Moscow (i.e. by June 25) they will have been assembled
and tested in flight. Rosoboronexport also offers Vietnam the Yak-130
trainer, but it is up to the customer to make the decision,” he noted.

Earlier reports said Vietnam had concluded two contracts with Russia to buy 20 Su-30MK2 fighters.