Delivery of Su-30CM to Belarus will begin in 2018

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Russia will start supplying Su-30CM fighters to Belarus next year, reports Interfax-AVN a message from the head of the Federal Service for Military Technical Cooperation, Dmitry Shugaev.



Deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2018. The end of the contract is scheduled for 2020 year,
Shugaev told the agency at MAX-2017.

He said that in May of this year a contract was signed with Belarus for the supply of 12 fighters.

The delivery will be carried out within the framework of the agreement between the Russian Federation and Belarus on the development of military-technical cooperation from December 10 of 2009,
added Shugaev.

The agency reminds that super-maneuverable Su-30CM fighters are produced at the Irkutsk aircraft factory of the Irkut Corporation.

The aircraft is equipped with a radar with a phased antenna array, thrust vector-controlled engines and front horizontal tail. The machine is able to use modern and advanced high-precision weapons of the class "air-to-air" and "air-to-surface".

According to the manufacturer, the fighter "is designed to gain air supremacy, block enemy airfields at great depth, destroy air, land and sea targets, including at night and in difficult meteorological conditions."
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  1. +3
    July 19 2017
    In spite of the western and northern neighbors we fly on these dryers
    1. +3
      July 19 2017
      I do not know ...
      Somehow it hurts for the Air Force of the Republic of Belarus.
      Su-24, Su-27 - no more.
      Several flying MiG-29, Su-25, Mi-8, Mi-24, one An-26 - all that remains of the past heritage.
      Well, you can recall the only Mi-26 MES. Several L-39s purchased from Ukraine (the Belaya Rus aerobatic team), Russia’s Yak-130 and Mi-8MTV obviously do not have any weather ...

      Who knows where the Belarusian Su-24 and Su-27 are?
      1. 0
        July 19 2017
        Quote: Belarusian
        Who knows where the Belarusian Su-24 and Su-27 are?

        I don’t know about the Su-24, but the Su-27 was removed from service.
        1. 0
          July 19 2017
          Quote: 0255
          I don’t know about the Su-24,

          they were removed back in 2012
      2. 0
        July 19 2017
        It is really painful to compare with the past heritage. The number of combat aircraft in Belarus decreased by a factor of 20 compared with the times of the Union. In Russia, judging by the articles of some sites, including and VO, about the same picture. That's why even these 12 warm their hearts. There is hope that there will be more further.
      3. +1
        July 19 2017
        But Ukraine in 91 aviation had at least a booty chew. But the Belarusians didn’t get anything.
        1. +2
          July 19 2017
          Belarusians just got an instant-23 mld, like Lukashenko drove into Syria, an instant-29 in Peru
          almost 100 mig-29 was su-24 what problems could there be if they didn’t fly almost ice palaces built onions
      4. 0
        July 20 2017
        In Peru, several were sold ..
    2. +1
      July 19 2017
      Quote: tiredwithall
      In spite of the western and northern neighbors we fly on these dryers

      Let's cheat on our brothers ...! Here it will be a squeal. fellow
  2. +5
    July 19 2017
    Belarus signed a contract for the supply of 12 fighters.
    and what will our western "partners" say laughing
  3. +3
    July 19 2017
    Belarus, if anything, will harness for Russia and will be at the forefront, so they need to supply new weapons in the first place.
    1. +2
      July 19 2017
      Quote: Spartanez300
      so they need to supply new weapons in the first place.

      Nobody argues, but wouldn’t that be enough for the MiGare 35’s theater? Why are there heavy ones?
      1. +4
        July 19 2017
        Quote: Corporal
        Nobody argues, but wouldn’t that be enough for the MiGare 35’s theater?

        Enough even Grippenov and they are easier MiGs.
        However, the problem is that Russia mass-produces only heavy fighters.
        MiGi semi-pasta production at the pilot plant.
        Sadness pichal in a word, the market for light fighters in flight.
    2. +5
      July 19 2017
      How to say?
      Why expose the latest weapons concentrated right at the border of the Union State to attack. I’m afraid that all aviation (God forbid what happens) will not even have time to take off.
      But the ground-based air defense systems here, IMHO - yes, are urgently needed to cover the territory. To give at least time to "dry out" and turn around for organized defense.
      1. +1
        July 21 2017
        Quote: Belarusian
        Why expose the latest weapons concentrated right at the border of the Union State to attack. I'm afraid all aviation (God forbid what happens) will not even have time to take off


        I agree.
    3. 0
      July 19 2017
      Well, Belarus has already harnessed itself to the supply of sanctions counterfeit by the most I can. laughing
    4. +1
      July 20 2017
      If there is an attack on Russia, Belarus will remain neutral. If they attack Belarus, Russia will subscribe for it. That's right.
      1. +1
        July 20 2017
        And who will attack her - only if the Colorado potato beetle, weevil and aphid beetle? laughing
  4. +8
    July 19 2017
    I am against the free arming of a foreign state at the expense and expense of Russia. It would not hurt Putin to think more often about problems within Russia itself, and not about the republics of the former USSR that love to shout about their independence. Since such independent let them pay what they need out of pocket and in full, and do not live off freebies from Russia.
    1. +7
      July 19 2017
      Freebie? "Royal trick"?
      Are you sure about that!?
      Proof, please, that the planes "gave" to the studio.
      And who, by the way, shouts so much about "independence"?
      1. +6
        July 19 2017
        Quote: Belarusian
        what the planes "gave" to the studio.

        Even if they presented the Su-30SM to Belarus, as they say, it’s not a pity they are our brothers.
        1. +6
          July 19 2017
          These are your brothers, so feed them at your own expense, I have no brothers outside the borders of the Russian Federation and I don’t need to impose the contents of your relatives on me!
          1. +9
            July 19 2017
            Quote: Splinter
            These are your brothers

            Well yes laughing it looks like all your brothers live mainly in Israel lol
            1. +10
              July 19 2017
              Quote: Splinter
              These are your brothers, so feed them at your own expense, I have no brothers outside the borders of the Russian Federation and I don’t need to impose the contents of your relatives on me!

              And who said that these deliveries are not at the expense of Belarus? You, dear, first come to Belarus, pay ALL fines and duties that are set for any petty misconduct, and then write! The state collects money wherever possible, a traffic penalty punishment is a fine or deprivation, they are fined to the maximum! Controllers ride in vehicles without uniforms and with DVRs! The country is raising money with all its might in order to be a serious outpost, and THIS COUNTRY already EXACTLY does not specifically need YOUR support! SPRAY !!!!!
              1. +1
                July 19 2017
                Let Minsk pay off all its debts to the Russian Federation and finance the so-called union state of 50 to 50, and not 1/3 as it is now, when you do it, then you will kick it ...
              2. +1
                July 19 2017
                Doesn’t need support - then think about why 13% of the industry of the Republic of Belarus and 16% of its foreign exchange earnings are refined Russian oil, and oil refining is still unprofitable, requiring one and a half billion investments that are planned to be attracted to China in the form of a loan.
                1. +2
                  July 20 2017
                  Quote: Astoria
                  Doesn’t need support - then think about why 13% of the industry of the Republic of Belarus and 16% of its foreign exchange earnings are refined Russian oil, and oil refining is still unprofitable, requiring one and a half billion investments that are planned to be attracted to China in the form of a loan.

                  So you will refuse duty-free and cheap oil, which you need to process at a loss and sell your heart sank for currency to the West ...
                  Buy oil in Poland and everything will be fine with you, otherwise the damned Russians will again make cheap oil buy ...
                  Rather, Maidan would happen in the Republic of Belarus, faster in Russia new refineries will appear, here gas turbine engines appeared, thanks to the Maidan in Ukraine ...
                  1. 0
                    July 20 2017
                    So you will refuse duty-free and cheap oil, which you need to process at a loss and sell your heart sank for currency to the West
                    - I have nothing to do with RB wink
                    1. +1
                      July 21 2017
                      This splinter is a troll of some kind - just to fart

                      The same comments and on the branch for the construction of a service center in Kazakhstan in Mig

                      If the West and the liberals can plant such opinions, then 90 e will be repeated. They want Russia to retreat even deeper into the mainland - having lost allies at the edges
                      1. 0
                        July 31 2017
                        I know who you are, among my friends there are Russian refugees from Alma-Ata, so don’t dare insult me ​​on the Russian website, go to your command and command there, the titular nation of Kazakhstan ...
        2. 0
          July 20 2017
          Prior to this, Crimea was given to the “brothers”. Kemsk parish also wanted to give one.
      2. NUR
        +4
        July 19 2017
        A contract is written there. Zanoza issued the same comment in an article about Kazakhstan, although he bought 6 SU-30cm for money, it’s fueling the situation here.
      3. +1
        July 20 2017
        Presented - presented. Belarus is not able to maintain its army on its own. This is an axiom. I won’t even look for links and interview people involved. Ten years later, when Russia and Belarus finally disperse to different trenches, the RF Ministry of Defense will give accurate information on how much the "brotherhood in arms" cost. In the meantime, the secret.
    2. +7
      July 19 2017
      Belarusians pay all contracts with money, take it easy
      1. +3
        July 19 2017
        Belarus even the budget of the so-called union state, which, in fact, does not pay on equal terms with the Russian Federation and in equal amounts. Belarus has a huge public debt ... Minsk has no money, so this is another gift from Putin to Lukashenko at the expense of Russian taxpayers.
        1. +6
          July 19 2017
          Stop whining, for the Yak-130 money received, I saw the payment)
          1. +3
            July 19 2017
            What kind of money? Remind you how much Minsk owes to the Russian Federation? You recall that Belarus pays the budget of the so-called union state by only 1/3? You recall that Minsk still has not recognized the Crimea as part of the Russian Federation? Do you recall that Russia itself is experiencing an acute shortage of new weapons? Do you want to feed foreigners at the expense and expense of Russia? I do not want and I think that such things need to be resolved at an all-Russian referendum! Stop feeding foreigners at our expense, stop!
            1. +6
              July 19 2017
              You talk very strange, I’m talking about a specific contract for the supply of aviation equipment, which is paid in rubles, what does the "Union State" have to do with it?
              1. +5
                July 19 2017
                Yes, despite the fact that if you first take a loan from Russia, which no one is going to repay, and then type supposedly buy something from Russia, it’s not a purchase, but a freebie ... Moscow’s gifts to a foreign state to the detriment and expense of Russia !
                1. +5
                  July 19 2017
                  Well, once again for the especially stubborn - I have no information about the loan for the supply of AT, but even so, the money went to the aircraft manufacturer’s factory, what's wrong? Workers get paid factory loaded, what is the problem?
                  1. +5
                    July 19 2017
                    The bad thing is that the Russian Aerospace Forces still use antediluvian Su-27 and other antiques, which could be handed over to some sort of Belarus, for nothing, but taking into account the fact that it will pay for its overhaul at Russian plants, in full and at its own expense and Russia itself needs new planes ... And if you don’t have the data and don’t want to be aware of this topic, then keep quiet better ... I'm not talking about the fact that Russia is full of its problems, including social and you need to solve them, not the problems of foreigners. And then they collect SMS for children on TV operations, and give Kyrgyzstan hundreds of millions of US dollars ... I feel sick from Moscow and its leadership ... That the NDR, that the EP is smeared with one world, the whole Yeltsentr resigned!
                    1. +5
                      July 19 2017
                      Like peas against the wall, how do you think the plant will work only for state defense orders or is it interested in export contracts for delivery abroad? Taxes from these contracts go, including your retirement ... and don’t be sick of me - I was born in Moscow))
                      1. +4
                        July 19 2017
                        What a tax ?! What are you talking about ?! All this is done with Russian money, and new planes go abroad, instead of replenishing the Russian Aerospace Forces, which fly on junk! Are you kidding, or don’t understand anything at all, that once again speaks of the fact that people like you shouldn’t give power in Russia!
                      2. Alf
                        +2
                        July 19 2017
                        Quote: pavlentiy
                        Like peas against the wall, how do you think the plant will work only for state defense orders or is it interested in export contracts for delivery abroad?

                        A weapon is such a thing that you first need to equip your own aircraft, and then think for your neighbors.
                        They will object to me now that it is necessary to earn money on export deliveries, but one problem is that the plant is not rubber, and if it can do, for example, one plane a week, then even if you earn a billion, he will not make two planes a week. And it will turn out like in the 90s (thank God no one attacked) -T-90 in the Indian Armed Forces, but not in the Russian Armed Forces. What would then be repulsed by bales of export contracts?
              2. 0
                July 19 2017
                Russian rubles need to be taken from, the currency of Belarus is not accepted. wink
            2. +9
              July 19 2017
              So we are foreigners to you? You will remember these words when a truly causal place is really blocked by a foreign soldier in the doorway ... I hope you can guess what word I want to call you!
        2. +6
          July 19 2017
          Ok, I see! And here Russian retirees were dragged. I asked PRUF, and your emotional speculation.
          Because of people like you, my friend, Russia may lose almost its last ally. And then for sure - "Around Uragi"!
          1. +8
            July 19 2017
            Calmly, colleagues, in which case (and NATO is on the verge!), A "splinter" and Co. will sit at the helm of a fighter and disperse the whole NATU! It’s all business, but you are arguing with him!
          2. +4
            July 19 2017
            Russia has two allies: the Army and Navy, and the multi-vector independent and sovereign Principality of Polotsk is not such.

            I have nothing against Belarusians - but your president says on your behalf, and a dry statement of facts suggests that Belarus is not an ally of the Russian Federation in political or economic issues: South Ossetia, Crimea, Donbas, the delivery of sanctions products bypassing sanctions etc. Not to mention the military base, the supply of fuel for the Armed Forces, and so on - God is your judge.

            And it’s not a matter of Russian pensioners, but the military budget of Belarus - $ 500 million with a penny — buying this batch of aircraft, even at domestic prices for half the cost — this is half the military budget of Belarus — of course I can believe that in the year of Belarus there will be pay for one plane from the party and after 12 years will pay, but even this is hardly believed.

            The currency debt of Belarus is a snowball, and its increase in death is similar. Only this year, a fifth of the budget of the Republic of Belarus will go to interest payments - and I, as a citizen of Russia, do not want this snowball to collapse while burying the well-being of Belarusians and loans of the Russian Federation, requiring the Russian Federation to pour in tens of billions of dollars to support the leaky Lukanomika.

            I am for allied relations that do not harm either Belarus or Russia - but since there are no such relations, there is actually no court.
          3. +1
            July 20 2017
            Russia has long had no ally in the face of Belarus. In the Georgian crisis, Belarus was emphasized neutral. And in the Ukrainian crisis, Belarus is wholly and completely on the side of Ukraine, or even wider on the side of NATO.
        3. +2
          July 19 2017
          Quote: Splinter
          Belarus even the budget of the so-called union state, which, in fact, does not pay on equal terms with the Russian Federation and in equal amounts.

          Belarus pays 1/3 in the "budget of the so-called union state", and the Huge Russia as much as 2/3.
          While according to some, the economy of Belarus is 1/15 of the Russian economy.
          Then why does the Republic of Belarus contribute 1/3 to the budget of the so-called union state, and not 1/16?
          1. 0
            July 19 2017
            So Minsk requires equal rights with Russia, and if you want equal rights, have equal responsibilities, or moderate the appetites for rights ...
            1. +4
              July 19 2017
              Quote: Splinter
              So Minsk demands equal rights with Russia

              probably within the framework of the so-called union state, but there all the money goes to union programs and the maintenance of bureaucrats-parasites
              In general, how is it for me to abolish the SG a long time ago and disperse the gang of assessors-bureaucrats-parasites
              1. +1
                July 20 2017
                prosto_rgb but there all the money goes to allied programs

                Name a couple, it became interesting ....?
                1. +1
                  July 20 2017
                  Quote: DOCTOR ZLO
                  Name a couple, it became interesting ....?

                  I don’t really - they push water in a mortar.
                  The only thing that I remember Cosmos SG
                  And so, for those interested in the topic, they even have a website:
                  https://www.postkomsg.com/programs/
          2. +1
            July 20 2017
            Because the budget of the Republic of Belarus itself is formed largely from Russian preferences.
            1. +1
              July 20 2017
              Quote: Roma-1977
              Because the budget of the Republic of Belarus itself is formed largely from Russian preferences.

              And?
              1. 0
                July 20 2017
                There is no sense from shifting candy wrappers for Russia. Give Belarus a billion, so that later Belarus will contribute a million of this amount to the "union budget" on its own behalf?
                1. +1
                  July 20 2017
                  Quote: Roma-1977
                  There is no sense from shifting candy wrappers for Russia.

                  If they do so, it means there is!
                  There was no sense in building 10 years of Zenith Arena either, but ...
      2. +1
        July 19 2017
        color candy wrappers of the Central Bank of the Republic of Belarus are not accepted
        1. +1
          July 20 2017
          We have a RB RB, not a CB.
          1. 0
            July 20 2017
            And thank God, only from this neither the function of the bank nor the value of the banknotes of the Republic of Belarus changes.
  5. +10
    July 19 2017
    Glad for the Belarusian brothers. Good news! good
  6. +3
    July 19 2017
    The splinter,
    Are you a pilot, and you did not have a new fighter? Good pilots were all given a new fighter.
    1. +2
      July 19 2017
      So when there are no old Soviet planes left in the Russian Aerospace Forces, then we'll talk and even then I will be against giving out planes to foreigners for nothing!
  7. +2
    July 20 2017
    Quote: Astoria
    Russia has two allies: the Army and Navy, and the multi-vector independent and sovereign Principality of Polotsk is not such.
    I have nothing against Belarusians - but your president says on your behalf, and a dry statement of facts suggests that Belarus is not an ally of the Russian Federation in political or economic issues: South Ossetia, Crimea, Donbas, the delivery of sanctions products bypassing sanctions etc. Not to mention the military base, the supply of fuel for the Armed Forces, and so on - God is your judge.
    And it’s not a matter of Russian pensioners, but the military budget of Belarus - $ 500 million with a penny — buying this batch of aircraft, even at domestic prices for half the cost — this is half the military budget of Belarus — of course I can believe that in the year of Belarus there will be pay for one plane from the party and after 12 years will pay, but even this is hardly believed.
    The currency debt of Belarus is a snowball, and its increase in death is similar. Only this year, a fifth of the budget of the Republic of Belarus will go to interest payments - and I, as a citizen of Russia, do not want this snowball to collapse while burying the well-being of Belarusians and loans of the Russian Federation, requiring the Russian Federation to pour in tens of billions of dollars to support the leaky Lukanomika.
    I am for allied relations that do not harm either Belarus or Russia - but since there are no such relations, there is actually no court.

    Why, Belarusians supported Russia with shrimp and other seafood that they caught in the Belorussian Sea near Postavy. wassat

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