BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 P.M.) – A number of new photos have circulated on social media this week, showing what was said to be the new Egyptian Sukhoi-35 jets that were manufactured in Russia.

Social media activists said the photos were taken at the Komsomolsk-on-Amur Plant, which is where the Egyptian Su-35 jets are being tested.

Pictures of the first five Su-35m fighters appeared, as the planes made a trip to the European part of Russia, and the photos showed that the fighters carried numbers from 9210 to 9214.

Credit: NSK Planes

The fourth-generation Su-35 jet is considered to be one of the most-advanced aircraft in the Russian military’s arsenal, as it is the upgrade to the previous Su-27 jet.

Credit: NSK Planes

Also, the possession of the Su-35 fighters by the Egyptian military will not only make their air force one of the most powerful in the region, but also, in the world.

Credit: NSK Planes

The Egyptian Ministry of Defense has yet to comment on the validity of these photos, despite being widely shared on Egyptian social media pages.

 

Source: RT

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2020-07-26 02:15

Congratulations to Egypt. Next is the bomb and many of it so that the Yids colony take a note