Russia and India have settled controversial issues regarding the joint production of export PAK FA
Moscow and New Delhi reached an understanding on controversial issues that arose during the implementation of a joint project to develop and manufacture the 5 generation FGFA fighter, reports Look with reference to the commander-in-chief of the Indian Air Force, Arupa Rahu.
Previously, “India had questions about the total cost of the project, as well as technology transfer,” explained Raha.
Russia and India resumed negotiations on the FGFA project in February of this year. In particular, it was decided to reduce the total cost of development by 40% - to $ 4 billion from each side.
In August, it was reported about the completion of the first stage of the Development - draft technical work. Then the media reported on the parties agreeing on details of the future joint production of a promising fighter.
Help newspaper: “FGFA (Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft) is an export version of the Russian fighter of the 5 generation PAK (T-50). This project is part of the Make in India policy of the current Indian government. From the Russian side, the aircraft developer is the Sukhoi Design Bureau, and from the Indian side, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. ”
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