Russia Not in Talks With Pakistan for Su-35

Russia Not in Talks With Pakistan on Supplies of Su-35 Jets to Pakistan – Moscow

12:14 14.11.2016(updated 12:15 14.11.2016)

Moscow is not engaged in negotiations on Su-35 fighter jet supplies to Islamabad despite the announcement by Pakistan of possible deliveries, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s director of the Second Asian Department said.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Earlier, the Pakistani ambassador to Russia told Sputnik that Chief of Air Staff of the Pakistan Air Force Sohail Aman had “fruitful talks” in Moscow in July on purchasing of Russian Su-35 (NATO reporting name: Flanker-E) fighter jets.

“This [information] has emerged at the instigation of the Pakistanis and is not true. I suppose that the FSMTC [Russian Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation] and [Russian state arms exporter] Rosoboronexport have already responded, there are no such negotiations,” Zamir Kabulov told RIA Novosti.

The Su-35 is Russia’s top air-superiority fighter, until the fifth-generation PAK-FA stealth fighter comes into production, with a clear maneuverability edge over existing fighter jets and a limited radar cross section after adjustments were made to the engine inlets and canopy as well as a series of modifications including the use of “radar-absorbent material” that gives the flanker a stealth-like profile.

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