Russia has offered to sell another batch of Su-35 fighter jets to China, the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation told TASS on the sidelines of the “Army-2019” forum.

“We are expecting a response from China on our offer to purchase modern weapons and military equipment manufactured in Russia, including additional batches of Su-35 fighter jets,” the service said.

China was the first country to purchase Russia’s Su-35 fighter jets. The contract on the purchase of 24 fighter jets worth around $2.5 bln was signed in 2015.

The service informed TASS in April that all fighter jets were delivered to China in the framework of the first contract.

 

Source: TASS

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  1. $104M per Su-35?
    Wow! We’re very competitive even with the Russian now! We manage to be $30M+ cheaper wth stealth and 1.5t more payload.